Archive for March, 2016

The Demonstration Painting

Posted by admin on March 31, 2016 in composition, painting | No Comments

I have a myriad of strange, unloved paintings shoved into various corners my studio that I’ll never actually exhibit but I can’t bring myself to throw out, either. They are all the paintings I made in front of classes I was teaching, in order to demonstrate a particular technique, to participate in whatever sadistic exercise […]

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WTF: Learn to Draw Horses!

Posted by admin on March 8, 2016 in drawing | No Comments

I grew up with five older siblings. We had around the house lots of books and toys from eras past, representing the accumulated passing interests of a slew of children. I never knew where most of the stuff came from or to whom it originally belonged. It was just there. Of these random vintage possessions, […]

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