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September 28th, 2005 #1
As some of you already know, I'm no longer teaching at Art Center college of Design.
My days of teaching at formal learning institutions has finally (and gladly) come to an end. It was a long 10 years of corporate bureaucratic hell.
Although I met and had a chance to work with many talented young aspiring artists (Puddenhead... among others) while teaching at Art Center and L.A. Academy of Figurative Art. I've come to realize that the only way to fully express the ways of paint... is through direct contact in an intimate workshop enviroment.
As was the workshop from earlier this year in San Francisco. Prague will prove to be a moment none of us will soon forget.
I'm looking forward to walking the dead streets of one of the darkest cities of eastern Europe... with all of you.
Last edited by hussar; September 29th, 2005 at 05:12 AM.
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damn you make Prague sound so cool
juicy art as always. its good to see the first painting in its actual environment. and what a place!
September 28th, 2005 #3
uuuuuuhhh....i don't know if i want to meet you after seeing this pics....
September 28th, 2005 #4
mike, those are awesome. you are most welcome here man. Your stuff is masterful and worth close study. Beautifully morbid....
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very cool stuff,
saw your article in juxtapoz, you do not dissapoint.
September 28th, 2005 #6
Thanks for putting up with the bureacratic hell... really enjoyed and learned alot in your class
...going back to AC workshops soon to paint in oil again (its been so long)...I still have my tubes of alizron crimson, olive green...and of course...about 2 dozen Indian yellows...
how appropriate - they have a smiley for everything here. Here's to the mad chef
September 29th, 2005 #7
wow, hussar, your work kinda makes me wanna start going to these workshops. Next time one happens close to me, I'm THERE!
Thanks for the juicy art and for sharing your knowledge.
Concept Artist, Tencent Boston
September 29th, 2005 #8
I say this a most impressed manner... "gross"
September 29th, 2005 #9
I'm always a fan of your work. Great to see you on conceptart. It will be sad to miss the Prague workshop. . . .
September 29th, 2005 #10
Wow - Just saw your Portrait studies!
-impressive, really. It looks like you ate Sargent, drank Freud, and spit them out in oils onto canvas... AMAZING. I will learn from you any day.
September 29th, 2005 #11
beautiful(I guess that could be the right word) stuff
I wish i could be in prague
September 29th, 2005 #12
I really liked the portrait section in your website, awesome amount of great art. I would like to know how long does it take you one of them.
Thanks for posting.
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So freaky....but I can't stop staring..
September 29th, 2005 #14
man those are creepy (excellent too)... did u scare your students half to death with what u teached them
September 29th, 2005 #15Originally Posted by p4b10
The portraits take about 5 hours....
It's nice to be able to start and finish a piece in one day...
The other paintings on my site take anywhere from 2-4 months. "Morphine" (below) took 6 months...
September 29th, 2005 #16Originally Posted by Fl3wk
"COMPLETELY" to death...
September 29th, 2005 #17
Here's something I'm working on right now (still got a long way to go)... I'll bring it to Prague and show you guy's how it turned out.
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SWEET JESUS ! this is
September 29th, 2005 #21
Damn. Beautiful paintings. The array of images on your site is fantastic. The alla prima and narrative works are equally amazing. Your vision and technique appears seamlessly integrated. Really impressive stuff, I'm blown away.
September 29th, 2005 #22
Here's an old favorite
September 29th, 2005 #23
Your work is amazing all over! Can't get enough of it...
I can see where puddnhead harvested a portion of his inspiration, with all do respect for this masterful artist.
Morphine is still one of my favourites... That one will always be with me.
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This stuff is great mike! Something about the 'young girl' portrait on your site is really doing it for me.
is there any chance you would be doing some sort of workshop around Pasadena/LA area? or possibly teaching at LAFA again in the future?
September 29th, 2005 #26Originally Posted by Ramon Contini
September 29th, 2005 #27Originally Posted by Ben Mauro
No... I'll only be teaching at CA/MassiveBlack workshops.
The portrait of a Young Girl is hanging in a Bar here in Pasadena. Drop by and check it out if you get a chance.
It's @ 1030 E. Green st
September 29th, 2005 #28
ah, ok. i guess ill have to wait till the next american workshop then, wish i could join you guys out in prague.
i'll definetly go check that painting out, thanks.
September 29th, 2005 #29
You were one of the artists to "discover" for me at SF. you were eager to share your knowlegde of art and give advice all the time. that's what its all about, learning from each other.
I love your work, especially the juicy portraits ever since I saw them standin there.
great to see some new stuff, and esp. hear that you'll be at future workshops, too.
September 29th, 2005 #30