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'Keith,' by artist Chuck Close, at the St. Louis Art Museum

“Keith,” by artist Chuck Close, is a larger than life acrylic painting dating from 1970, in the St. Louis Art Museum collection.

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Art

"Art saved my life in two ways. It made me..."

“Art saved my life in two ways. It made me feel special, because I could do things my friends couldn’t, but it also gave me a way to demonstrate to my teacher that, despite the fact that I couldn’t write a paper or do math, I was paying attention.”

Chuck Close, painter

Painter

"If you're overwhelmed by the size of a problem, break it down into smaller pieces."

“If you’re overwhelmed by the size of a problem, break it down into smaller pieces.”

— Chuck Close. painter

Painter

On the Cutting Edge: Contemporary Print editions at Pace Prints

IN 2009, THE INTERNATIONAL FINE PRINT DEALERS ASSOCIATION ESTABLISHED A FOUNDATION TO INSPIRE AND SUSTAIN A KNOWLEDGE AND CONNOISSEURSHIP OF FINE PRINTS FOR  A NEW GENERATION OF COLLECTORS, CURATORS AND ARTISTS. 887 more words

Extracts

“Inspiration is for amateurs – the rest of us just show up and get to work”

Chuck Close

Extracts

JSP Visual Week In Review ~ 07.08.17

Less is more this week. A bit under the weather.

Looking forward to the upcoming week as we hit the road a little bit…

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Visual Week In Review

Printmaking techniques: traditional and innovative with Jeff Bergman, Director of Pace Prints

THE SPECTRUM OF PRINTMAKING TECHNIQUES SPANS A WIDE ARCH FROM THE TRADITIONAL TO THE INNOVATIVE. ETCHING, ENGRAVING, LITHOGRAPHY PRINTING PROCESSES HAVE EXPANDED EXPONENTIALLY THANKS TO TECHNOLOGY TO INCLUDE COMPUTER PRINTS, MYLAR LITHOGRAPHY, HELIO-RELIEFS AND MONOPRINTS. 1,191 more words