The Magazine that Almost Was

by Matthew Innis |

Early in 2007, a new fine art magazine was released dedicated to the tradition of both past and current academic art.  It was called Salon America Journal, and between the quality of its printing, imagery, and writing, it was a magazine sure to appeal to those among the “art realism revolution,” and would no doubt enjoy a…

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