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The Figure

The human figure is one of the most complex subject matters in art. The viewer typically relates more to the human figure than other subjects. This connection that is felt between the two causes the figure to be a good tool for portraying deep meaning. 46 more words

Art

Ceci N'est Pas Une Blog Post

First I want to talk about the words. In English, everyone loosely translates the text as “this is not a pipe.” But in reality, there is no English word for “ceci”; it’s a word that is found in romance languages. 407 more words

Renoir: The Skiff

Pierre-Auguste Renoir (French 1841-1919), The Skiff (La Yole), detail, 1875, Oil on canvas, The National Gallery, London.

This impressionist landscape, titled The Skiff, was painted in France in 1875, by Pierre-Auguste Renoir. 702 more words

Art Critique

The Soft, Soft Underbelly Exposed

Once a Day the Sun Makes the Espresso Machine Glow, detail. 2016. Acrylic on wood panel.  Eugenia Carter 

I had a critique in my tiny studio this morning, where I have 3 recently finished paintings. 1,124 more words

Critique 11 X 14 Two Sunflowers in  Vase Still Life Oil Painting

This is a critique of a painting I did not too long ago by Daniel Edmonsdon. I had the hardest time even listening to what he was saying. 106 more words

Floral Painting

Fiat Coupe 16v Turbo

As many of you will be aware, I have a garage full of clapped out cars, all of which are currently not road worthy. So by a garage full, I mean 5. 484 more words

Classic Cars

Daisies in a Vase Critique

I got my critique back from Daniel Edmondson from his beginners still life course. The subject is daisies in a glass vase. This oil painting is 18 X 24.

Floral Painting