Monthly Archives: October, 2011

  1. Misplaced Concerns

    As I travel around the country conducting workshops I too often hear people discussing “the politics of painting”.  These subjects are generally about ideas that have very little to do with making art, rather they are personally held beliefs that eat up more time and energy than they deserve.  Subjects like opaque vs. transparent, to […] Read more

  2. Tom Dixon

    Three years ago (2008)  while visiting the Harwood Museum, Taos, NM,  I saw the work of an artist whose that took my breath.  Tom Dixon is an extraordinary painter living a very moderate life that affords him the freedom to paint exactly as he wishes.  While there is an obvious influence of the […] Read more