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Apologies for my Absence

Dear Faithfuls,  Please understand my absence is not for lack of caring.  I have been on the road for four straight weeks.  There should be a medal for this kind of dedication.  Actually I enjoy teaching and the chance to share my passion for making things.  Every class has it’s own personality.  As a matter of fact I have never had 2 that were the same.

Classes are like people.  Many are eager, some anxious, a few will work all night while others enjoy happy hour and quiet conversation.  As usual balance is the key to happiness and success.

I took advantage of my time with each group to share my most recent search.  I am presently into tracing everything – scissors, tools, brushes, and anything that will lay still and flat. Here are a few of my efforts.

Give this a try.  It is fun and you don’t have to draw.

Above All 22" x 30 " mixed media on paper

 

“Richmond Hanger”  30″x22″   Mixed Media

Comments

  • Juan Carlos Calderon

    May 3, 2012 at 1:13 pm Reply

    Skip:
    Thank’s for all your help at the ISS. This been a great workshop, I am full with ideas energy to put passion into the my cityscapes and my bulls…

    Say hello to your wife, I wait for you in Guatemala… I will never forget TAOS.

    Juan Carlos Calderon

  • Ruth Ellen Hoag

    May 18, 2012 at 3:54 pm Reply

    Your April workshop in Santa Barbara was exceptional! Sharing your current working ideas, your mental processes, your knowledge of art and artists, go far to reach, prod, and inspire those you teach. Your dedication to your art is an insight into how to trust one’s own path to deeper, more satisfying art making.

  • Janice Sean

    Mar 24, 2013 at 2:16 pm Reply

    Skip, Your Myrtle Beach Spring Maid workshop in March was tremendously enjoyable, encouraging and professional. I look forward to studying further with you.
    Janice Sean

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