Monthly Archives: March 2013

Awaiting Approval

Art with meaning—what is it, how does it relate to our painting and why do we care?  What does it look like? Can it be created without a skill-set? Does an audience recognize it? And does it matter? I want … Continue reading

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Spring Forward

“Time, time, time, see what’s become of me, while I look around at my possibilities…..” The idea of the “plasticity” of time as Daylight Savings Time hit this weekend began to intrigue me. We have, what has become, an arbitrary … Continue reading

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What is a Monotype and Why Would You Want to Make One?

I love this process!  “It’s a printing process where the artist doesn’t have to worry about all of the “technical” aspects of printmaking and can instead concentrate on being creative. Energy, improvisation, gesture, impulse and chance are all characteristics of … Continue reading

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