Posts Tagged: Finnegans Wake

Restoring Russell

Below is information for this year’s James Spencer Russell restoration project and exhibition.  While a portion of this information is redundant for many of our regular readers, we are providing these details for those that are new to the story

Restoring Russell

Below is information for this year’s James Spencer Russell restoration project and exhibition.  While a portion of this information is redundant for many of our regular readers, we are providing these details for those that are new to the story

New Acquisition – “H”

Julie and I have recently acquired a piece by Russell, “H,” which is the first letter in H.C.E., the main character in James Joyce’s novel, Finnegans Wake.  It is a nice example of his work while exhibiting in New York

New Acquisition – “H”

Julie and I have recently acquired a piece by Russell, “H,” which is the first letter in H.C.E., the main character in James Joyce’s novel, Finnegans Wake.  It is a nice example of his work while exhibiting in New York

Logansport Pharos Tribune Article by Mitchell Kirk

Mitchell Kirk of the Logansport Pharos Tribune has penned an excellent article on Jim and the Centennial Celebration.  Click on the graphic to access the article.

Logansport Pharos Tribune Article by Mitchell Kirk

Mitchell Kirk of the Logansport Pharos Tribune has penned an excellent article on Jim and the Centennial Celebration.  Click on the graphic to access the article.

“Foot,” from the “Body Parts” Series

This piece, from the collection of Julie and Ron Kern, was shown in the Indiana State Museum exhibition.  From the Body Parts series this work depicts Phoenix Park in Dublin which is where, in Finnegans Wake Book I, H.C.E.’s rumored

“Foot,” from the “Body Parts” Series

This piece, from the collection of Julie and Ron Kern, was shown in the Indiana State Museum exhibition.  From the Body Parts series this work depicts Phoenix Park in Dublin which is where, in Finnegans Wake Book I, H.C.E.’s rumored

12,000+ Views!

Julie and I are incredibly happy to announce that this website, in homage to the late artist James Spencer Russell, has had more than 12,000 views.  Tomorrow, we will have an announcement in a blog post celebrating this milestone.  

12,000+ Views!

Julie and I are incredibly happy to announce that this website, in homage to the late artist James Spencer Russell, has had more than 12,000 views.  Tomorrow, we will have an announcement in a blog post celebrating this milestone.  

James Spencer Russell and James Joyce

Taken from, Style, Elegance and Wit:  Rediscovering the Life and Art of James Spencer Russell, written by Ron Kern and edited by Karen Bruner Stroup, PhD: Jim’s affinity for James Joyce began early in life. While in military school in

James Spencer Russell and James Joyce

Taken from, Style, Elegance and Wit:  Rediscovering the Life and Art of James Spencer Russell, written by Ron Kern and edited by Karen Bruner Stroup, PhD: Jim’s affinity for James Joyce began early in life. While in military school in