If there be lack of art.

  “Maxima pars vatum, pater et iuvenes patre digni, decipimur specie recti. Brevis esse laboro, obscurus fio; sectantem levia nervi deficiunt animique; professus grandia turgent; serpit humi tutus nimium timitusque procellae: qui variare cupit rem prodigialiter unam, delphinum silvis appingit, fluctibus aprum. in vitium ducit culpae fuga, si caret arte.” -Horace, ‘Ars Poetica’ (lines 24-31)… Continue reading If there be lack of art.

Martin O’Brien: Perfect in 1000 words or less

Editor’s note: It seems hard to believe that my first conversation with today’s author was over a year ago as I was working through the copy of his article for the first issue of Mortise & Tenon magazine. I was blown away not only by his knowledge, but by his exacting attention to detail. Several… Continue reading Martin O’Brien: Perfect in 1000 words or less