It doesn't get any cooler than this! At least for me.
I'm on the cover of the August/Sept. edition of International Artist and there's an article and step-by-step inside that details how I created a still life painting.
The article is warts and all: the stuff that worked and the time that I had to go back and do some major repainting. Those step-by-steps that show a painting progressing smoothly and logically from the first mark to the last make me suspicious. Who really does that? And is that even desirable?
If you can exactly predict the outcome of a painting when you begin, is there any thrill of discovery?Have you taken risks and stretched your abilities to see if something new and exciting would come of it? I haven't; I know that. So I do frequent major repaints.
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