Monthly Archives: September 2014

History of a painting (part 2)

Too much paint.Good bye to my cowhide. But some interesting new landscape appear .     I don’t feel like working on a big horizon dark landscape, so I buried the hole thing ¬†under a moving blanket of white paint. … Continue reading

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History of a painting (part one)

I have in my studio a beautiful stretcher , 78 by 110 inches built years ago by my friend Fred Esher . I needed the canvas for it and I was so anxious to start that ¬†instead of going to … Continue reading

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