Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Kip Praslowicz, "Lake Effect," B&W Magazine Issue 103

Though I'd hoped to be be looking back on this frigid trip from a sunny Spring vantage (nope: still Winter now 3 days from April), it's still fun to re-visit. Thanks again to Kip, Will & Wendy, The New Scenic, Rich Narum, Emily Norton, Gaelynn Lea Tressler, Alan Sparhawk, Chris Monroe, Kevin Kling, Fitger's forgiving staff, Big Bill Meier & Ami Stenseth, Roscoe's Pioneer Bar, and that generous nurse at St. Scholastica. 

"Like his art, Kip's hometown oscillates almost effortlessly between the grounded and the buoyant, the lofty and the low; after all- the distance from the manor to the dive is more proximal there, the divisions less stark. Again, I credit that grand horizonless lake- a thing to make one recurrently mindful of their relative significance, a great leveller of hierarchies, and one hell of a view." Full article here


  1. Wonderful read. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Congratulations and best wishes for your third art exhibition!

  3. Great take on Kip's work-- glad you got tangled up in the city. It is just the kind of place you describe --