Artists in the Archive | The Worcester Review
painters, poets, printmakers, play writes, filmmakers, composers, sculptors, fiction writers, non-fiction, too–story tellers of all types research at the American Antiquarian Society and The Worcester Review Vol. XLIII, Numbers 1 & 2 celebrates twenty-five years of Creative Fellowships.
“Research is a material and the method of combining ‘book learning’ with ‘field notes,’ well-thumbed pages with current date, brings forth a way of viewing the world and underlies my working process.”—excerpt from Honeycutt essay in The Worcester Review, Volume XLlII, Numbers 1 & 2, pages 132-133
[images: L/Honeycutt research close-up with magnifying glass, reading dome reflection and plate XIV from Jones & R/plate XXVI from Howard Jones, Illustrations of the nests and eggs of birds