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So Close - the end of the story – Part 3

Part 3 (Read Part 1 here and Part 2 here)

Within a day or so of my initial inquiry, Seattle ArtREsource responded that the painting was indeed still for sale – for $48,000(!), which the gallery said it determined with Pace Gallery’s guidance. 1,176 more words

Musings

So Close (or how I literally had a cow) - Part 2

Part 2 (Read Part 1 here)

Now what?

After getting over my shock – and explaining to my husband why I was literally having a cow on the couch – I started sleuthing. 886 more words

Musings

Unraveling the Enigma of Chuck Close

by Sandra Bruce

All my students signed up thus far for the Zephyr workshop have sent me their photos to grid and I’m sure they are happily selecting fabrics to use. 948 more words

Sandra Bruce

Haiku, Chuck Close

“When you’ve overcome – your adversities you have – to create new ones”

Portraits of Chuck Close at the Schack Art Center

I aspire to paint portraits someday, so I was thrilled to learn of the Chuck Close exhibit at the Schack Art Center in Everett, a city just 30 minutes north of Seattle.   386 more words

Seattle Travel

Chuck Close: The Master of Photorealism

On the 5th of July 1940, American painter Chuck Close, broadly known for his photorealist portraits,  was born in Monroe, Washington. His adventures in Photorealism began in the late 1960s when he started using photography to help him paint large-scale portraits, mostly in acrylic.  897 more words

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