Todd Mrozinski's perspective on his article's subject matter comes from a different angle than most. He can relate to the artist and their work, feeling the soul coming through the piece of work. In his own writing, he talks about how he feels the earth, but not just as the earth. He describes the ground as "thick German paper, soaked, blotted and prepared for printing". The paper he is describing now has life since it is associated with the ground he is walking on. He describes Thomas Haneman's untitled piece as having flowers that pulse and pop. Mrozinski talks about what he refers to as "The Pierre Bonnard room", which I can only assume is the painting "Dining Room in the Country", as also pulsating with life. Even though half of the piece are just objects that don't really have a life of their own. Mrozinski says it seems like we are about to join his wife and their cat's domesticated life. On top of the already colorful painting, his writing brings life to the piece as well. Making me feel the same way he does with the soul he puts into it.
Overall, there is life in Mrozinski's writing and work. This life is contagious into the work he writes about in the Urban Milwaukee articles.