The Invitations – A Short Story by Berfin Özlem Erden

It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking thirteen which meant that we, the workers of Dunder Mifflin Construction Company, were half-way through on our lunch break. I was sitting next to Nick, one of the engineers, and listening to Brenda and George go on and on about their wedding. … Continue reading The Invitations – A Short Story by Berfin Özlem Erden

An Analysis on the “Saint Augustine” painting of Philippe de Champaigne by Selen Kaptan

Most of the paintings of Philippe de Champaigne, similar to many artists of the Baroque Era, are religious and allegorical; however, in 1643, when Philippe de Champaigne got influenced by Jansenism, he almost abandoned the Baroque style which consists of angels and miraculous lights. He used cold colors instead of lucid colors to make his … Continue reading An Analysis on the “Saint Augustine” painting of Philippe de Champaigne by Selen Kaptan