Thursday, October 2, 2014
More myths and realities
Claude Monet once wrote, "I'm hard at it, working stubbornly on a series of different effects (grain stacks), but at this time of the year the sun sets so fast that it's impossible to keep up with it . . . I'm getting so slow at my work it makes me despair, but the further I get, the more I see that a lot of work has to be done in order to render what I'm looking for: instaneity, the envelope, above all, the same light spread over everything, and more than ever I'm disgusted by easy things that come in one go."
Art Chats with Linda Fisler: The Myths and Realities of Creating a Painting with Carolyn Anderson
AMO Art Chat: Mastering Edges with Carolyn Anderson