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Added by Irina Sztukowski on September 28, 2012 at 10:53am — No Comments
I have taken the second step of a chaotic plan to become a working artist by uploading some of my work. I welcome your comments, critiques and encouragement. Doubt about my talent is nourished by the numerous juried exhibition rejections I have gotten. How do you cope? How do you find the right galleries to send your work?
As a child or "product" of the 70's and 80's, I feel very connected to that time and that connection is demonstrated in my work. My inspiration is born out of nostalgia. My work is often a method to communicate the fondness of a childhood that seems to be lost on today's youth. As I work on a piece, I feel unlimited possiblity; If I can IMAGINE it, it can be.
Added by Frank Sharlow on September 17, 2012 at 8:38am — No Comments
just back from Seattle where I studied with Rob Liberace.The course was excellent and had us using Velasquez,s palette and now I am grinding my own pigments. Journey that has taken much research ,but enjoying the end results. The lapis lazuli is expensive to purchase in tube form so I opted to grind my own, way cheaper. ie, £87, to £4.00, no comparison.
Added by Rosslyn M Duncan on September 12, 2012 at 3:48am — No Comments