Monthly Archives: September 2010

A Colorful Time of Year- 9.29.2010

“If form is the attribute that makes abstract art intelligible and deserving of attention,…, color is the element that may induce delight and that should imbue the painting with the unique psyche and spirit of the artist.”  Morris Davidson—(Abstract expressionist … Continue reading

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Exhibition~ 9/22/2010

It is exhibition season! Cool, damp, shorter days send people indoors traditionally leading museums to announce their  new schedules and serious art galleries (whatever that means) to feature their “heavy hitters”. According to Wikipedia: “Art exhibitions are traditionally the space … Continue reading

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Blooms of Light 9/15/2010

“Conscious of the power as well as the necessity of shade, he took the utmost boundaries of darkness and allowed but one-third of light, which light dazzles the eye thrown upon some favorite point, but where his judgement kept pace … Continue reading

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Continuing 9/8/10

We’ve had some conversations lately about why we paint, which leads to how we paint and in turn influences what we paint.  As we approach the process of opening our studio a myriad of reactions arise. It is the perfect time … Continue reading

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Attention figure drawers (which we all should be)

Watch this then…. http://fcmx.net/vec/get.swf?i=003702 ….try this with your hand, or your foot, or….?

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No Longer What We Were 9/1/2010

“Whatever the metamorphoses of painting, whatever the support and the frame, we are always faced with the same question: what is happening, there? Whether we deal with canvas, paper, or wall, we deal with a stage where something is happening … Continue reading

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