over-the-top technique

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Jean Dubuffet butterfly wings, ink, gouache and paper collagein this week's Focus On Abstraction meeting (thursdays, 11am CST), as requested by one of the member of the group, we will...

similar but not the same

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July 16, 2021 (updated July 23, 2021) Published by jayInStudio in our weekly online meeting of artists, this week we discussed two similar artists’ works. Richard Diebenkorn and Frank P...

What to see in Atlanta

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on my recent annual visit with my sister, Chery Baird, who lives in Atlanta, we spent a day visiting the High Museum, and several galleries. although i saw a few...

delivering artwork – all part of the “job”

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i'm finally back from a grueling trip to deliver two large paintings to a gallery that represents my work in Nashville. Tinney Contemporary. a long 7+ hour drive (one way),...

Amy Sillman – surprising twists on abstraction

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I’ve admired sillman’s work for a long time. and I’m happy for her success, although of course, I have wished that I was her! an inventive approach to abstraction, while...

recycling an inheritance

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when the mother of my late partner, john reuter-pacyna, fled germany during WWII, she took only her most valuable belongings. they were limited to two suitcases. amazingly, one of the...

abstracting tradition

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some artists are born within cultures that have specific visual art histories, based on traditions handed down over centuries. asian and Arab artists are particularly notable, since both may employ...
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