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Monthly Archives: March 2012
For those of you who don’t know what underpainting is, it’s a technique that most formal painters learn when painting landscapes, portraits and other realistic art pieces. In general, it’s the first draft of a painting, after the background. Usually, … Continue reading
A few months ago, I was reading my book “The Artist’s Way,” perusing the week’s tasks and discovered my task was on forgiveness. This sparked me to create two works dedicated to forgiveness: one about forgiving others, and the other … Continue reading
As artists, or observers, we’ve noticed that reality often looks different than the photographs and evidence of it. An example of when photography and video represent reality in a worse way are Youtube videos of concerts. We all know that … Continue reading