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“Nobody tells this to people who are beginners, I wish someone told me. All of us who do creative work, we get into it because we have good taste. 451 more words


Frank Auerbach: painting uncertainty

Picking up on something I wrote a while back after visiting a major retrospective of Frank Auerbach’s work held at Tate Britain:

Frank Auerbach creates a cathedral of perception and then invites his viewers to do the same in this presentation of his life work at the Tate. 1,074 more words



I have been reading about the work of Richard Diebenkorn. He made a distinction between ‘indoor light’ and ‘outdoor light’. I explored this concept in today’s experiment. 7 more words

Personal Stories

me and RD

I have loved Richard Diebenkorn’s work since whenever it was (a long time ago) that I first saw it.  Without knowing anything about him, just seeing one of his pictures on the cover of a magazine, I fell in love. 57 more words


Growth as a Boredom Buster

I doubt anyone would call artist and writer Julia Couzens’ life dull. She is an art critic for the Sacramento Bee, and a productive fine artist. 433 more words

William Wolff

William Wolff (1922-2004), “Pink Woman”, oil on canvas, 34 x 42 inches, c. 1950. Bearing the artist’s name and the title of the painting on the reverse. 374 more words


William Wolff

William Wolff (1922-2004), “Jaw Bone and Three Red Onions”, oil on masonite, 36 x 48 inches, c. 1955. The painting is unsigned, but unmistakably by Wolff.   399 more words