Category Archives: art process

install-another high light

high light – an important, conspicuous, memorable, or enjoyable event, scene, part. Delivery of artwork to studio and install took place yesterday and today.  All the last-minute stuff that goes on…went on. Sue has to work, she’s not around during … Continue reading

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20 across and 10 down

Carolyn draws. She’s been exploring the portrait, self and with animal, for about a decade. In her new large-scale canvas, she explores animal portraits. She will have you come face to face with 200 pairs of eyes. It’s an intense experience this … Continue reading

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creative structure – I am

The idea began to formulate with this drawing, a few years back.  I can’t recall exact date, it’s been so long.  I was working on other things, so I got this down, if only to hold the thoughts, and then … Continue reading

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sideways saguaro-was the working title

When I ask Mary to tell me what I can share, she graciously replies, Share it all, I have no secrets! Working title: Sideways Saguaro (maquette) Somewhere in between : I am close but not sure… Final title: Lunar Landing … Continue reading

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framing prints

Each of us take a small area of our largest artwork, and create a limited edition print. The reproduction represents the large work, and the 4 as a grouping, are symbolic of our working together. We’ve made a small edition of 24, 6″ … Continue reading

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it’s about the quality

Quality is never an accident; it is always the result of high intention, sincere effort, intelligent direction and skillful execution; it represents the wise choice of many alternatives.   W.F. Deborah Sussman asks, Who’s idea was this? Mine! I say as I … Continue reading

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monica’s dealings / more than the sum of my parts

I’ve never worked so large-scale.  And really I’m not working large-scale now, but the finished piece measures 74″ x 84″ or 6’2″ x 7′.  It’s a big work, made up of small parts, that I can handle. This is the … Continue reading

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