Every day the WSJ runs a story on the front page that tops anything that I read in my morning paper. The stories have nothing to do with the economy or with the state of the world. Each essay is a foray into the unusual or quirky. The writing-- crisp. The lead sentence pulls the reader in..." Mark Kline's fiberglass sculptures of giant ticks and man-eating dinosaurs are the sort of fare...."
From the Wall Street Journal
Roadside Kitsch is Fun, But is it Art?