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Well, to me the portrait looks like an adequate copy of a photograph. The portrait doesn't show much character, but perhaps that tells us something in itself. Kate may need a few more miles on her...
I wonder what Kate had to say about it.
Hemingway will do that to you.
Historically, art has generally survived through the patronage of wealthy institutions and individuals. Yes, you get what the big money wants, but that does provide a window on what a certain...
It needs a giant lazer.
It would have to be.
Perhaps you could focus on plein air painting for awhile. The whole outdoors is your studio!
Given that I was born in 1944, I must have something to contribute to this discussion! Yeah, yeah, gas was pennies a gallon, and a pack of smokes was 40 cents. Our first house was about 20 grand,...
I'm surprised nobody said, "sex"!
My God, have you been peeking in my window?
What do I wish I had done when I was younger? I wish I had started art sooner. I didn't start until I was in my mid forties.
Still, I did a lot of other neat shit instead, so I don't have any...
David Bayles, in "Art and Fear", has an interesting take on style. He says that style is a result of the many little habits we develop as we progress with our work. How we mix our paint, where we...
Picasso somehow seems appropriate wielding his sabre in a Freudian manner.
BEST - DISCUSSION - EVER!
It is too bad we have to put labels on "roles". Using terms like "traditional", "liberal", "modern", etc are not very useful for several reasons. They tend to stereotype people and contain value...
I wondered where the computers were!
Great studios, Jacob - painting AND digital!
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Angel's post reminded me of this!
I think this is a great discussion.
Museums, galleries, art shows, etc are filled to briming with works that follow all the rules of composition, to the point where individual pieces are lost in...
Beautiful work, Munin Raven!
I presume this is what the OP is inquiring about. It is the type of lamp I have been using.
By all means, give it a try! Much of my work is fine detail, and the magnifiers help a great deal with this kind of work. If you can make it look good under a magnifier, you KNOW it will look good...
I have used both a magnifying lamp and magnifying lens mounted on a head band. Cataract growth and age related close vision deterioration is my reason for using them. Both work well as they are...
The great majority of my paintings are framed. I just think they look better that way. The few that I have not framed have the painting taken around the sides, and have been 1 1/2 inches in depth. ...