Monthly Archives: March, 2013

  1. Permission and Freedom

    I have found that when students are given permission to explore ideas about making art the results are exactly what we all profess to be the ultimate – personal and creative images. The question is do we really want to be creative artist or imitators of what has gone before. […] Read more

  2. Scissor show at the Delaplaine

    Painting is a isolated activity. I have never found a way to make it otherwise.  Every step requires solitude. It begins by a trip to the lumber or art store where, in my case, I buy 4’x8′ panels of hardboard. These are panels ofter referred to a masonite.  As it […] Read more