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San Fransisco Shuffle

A different beat. A kind of explosive rhythm. Climbing the hills, walking down the tiered gardens, and searching the curves, the views constantly shutterfly into another perspective. 442 more words

On Composition: Fill the Gap

Here’s a before-and-after of my recent sketch. Can you spot a difference between them?

Lately I am so inspired by Robert Henri’s The Art Spirit. 313 more words


#Week4 and it is #Homecoming Week

“Advice about your paintings is difficult.  As I said before, I cannot interest myself in whether they will pass juries or not. More paintings have been spoiled during the process of their making, through such considerations, than the judgements of juries are worth.” – Robert Henri – Artist / Art Teacher… 335 more words


The Green Fan

Robert Henri (American, 1865-1929) – The Green Fan (also known as Girl of Toledo, Spain), 1912 (Oil on canvas. Gibbes Museum of Art) – From 1906 to 1914, Henri executed some of his best work including appealing pictures of children so vivid and refreshing that they recall the work of Frans Hals. 35 more words


What Photography Means To Me

This is my very first blog post, so I would like to share with you what photography means to me.

In my experience, I have heard many reasons why people approach photography: they pick up their dad’s camera from a dusty closet and start shooting, they are inspired by friends, they approach it as a hobby and then it transforms into a passion (and sometimes even a job), etc. 254 more words


Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney

Robert Henri (American, 1865-1929) – Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, 1916 (Oil on canvas. Whitney Museum of American Art) – Mrs. Whitney’s husband, Harry Payne Whitney, refused to allow her to hang it in their house. 56 more words