Rough Around the Edges: The Raw Yet Refined Art of Myra Melford

The architect Frank Lloyd Wright built houses that seemed to emerge, or be absorbed by, the landscape around them, that at times seemed carved from the rocks and earth, at others to be in a process of reclamation by the surrounding foliage. The artist Cy Twombly painted canvases that could be easily mistaken for the…
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