Category Archives: Works in progress

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Here There Be Dragons: Utilizing Pareidolia in My Art Process

Tweet What do you see in the clouds above? I see a giant moose. Or someone with a tiny head, sitting back on his heels while flexing his muscles. And a pyramid in the distance. […]

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New Work: How Does an Artist Know When a Piece is Finished?

Tweet Blue Moon Fire Spiral. A question that artists hear a lot is, “How do you know when you are finished with a piece?” My college painting professor had the best answer: “When he or […]

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Say, One Out of Two Ain’t Bad! Tales from my recent art workshops…

Tweet Originally published in my December 2015 issue of Off the Easel …or the story of how one painting was indeed ugly, but one I rather liked.?The biggest benefits of taking those weekend workshops last […]

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