- If a metallic gorilla confronts you, you are probably on Chicago’s, north side.
- Since seals are aquatic creatures that lack mystical powers, they are unable to juggle Earth’s moon.
- Although it is a ladder, the employees at the Woodson Library will not allow visitors to climb Jacob’s Ladder.
- A fountain on Chicago’s, upper Wacker Drive consists of neither plaster nor plastic.
- A bas-relief sculpture on the Museum of Science and Industry’s facade is art because of its detailed sculpting and its centaur subject.
Art critics may describe Chicago art while they are speaking, but usually they critique in writing. Rather than describe art only with words, art critics should include photos. Yet, some art critics (the common man and common woman) are unqualified to judge Chicago’s art; these are the people who do not know the difference between a collage and a montage.