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The process

For those who wonder what I’m up to here, I’m journaling the process of my next large set of artworks – thinking, researching, drawing, writing, collaging, painting, listening to and transcribing oral histories – they all form part of the process. Also, … Continue reading

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Summoning the muse

We are fortunate to have the work of Richard Diebenkorn as an example of how any topic close to us can become the foundation for painting. Diebenkorn – Seawall 1957 Source: Wikipaintings http://www.wikipaintings.org/en/richard-diebenkorn/seawall I can’t recall where I first found … Continue reading

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In search of form

My greatest challenge is finding out where to begin …. that applies to this blog, and also to almost everything I do.  I call this post In search of form because that’s what seems to occupy my thoughts, from the first … Continue reading

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