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Chuck
07-25-2001, 12:31 PM
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http://www.wetcanvas.com/Community/images/25-Jul-2001/rh4studio.JPG

acrylic • Riker Hill 4 • 11" x 14"
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jerryW
07-25-2001, 01:51 PM
1)
Like the blush of fower petals floating in a bowl of refreshing water,
2)
this impressionist tableau appears a bit japanese.

ZOTMA
07-25-2001, 03:35 PM
What can I say other than I love these studio pieces. Talk about finding interest in the immediate world around us. This is what I see before reaching for my glasses.

dornberg
07-25-2001, 11:14 PM
nice pattern by the easels & drawing board
i like the way the legs of all three come together from different directions

Chuck
07-26-2001, 09:29 AM
jerryW: your (too generous) poetic words inspire haiku...
<CENTER>like flower petals
floating, refreshing water
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ZOTMA: This is what I see before reaching for my glasses.
A very sensitive point for someone who has just started wearing glasses to paint.

dornberg: You always make me feel as if I know what I’m doing.

jerryW
07-26-2001, 10:48 AM
that's what I meant to write, I don't know how point form came over me except I'm at a hasty space here (a software lab)

mclaughlin
07-26-2001, 11:01 AM
Life in motion, I love that. Great:cool:

ZOTMA
07-26-2001, 05:40 PM
I haven't been wearing glasses long either. I found they turn out to be pretty great as a tool. When life drawing, I wear them down my nose a bit, I look completely rediculous but I get a bifocal effect. The naked eye helps me see the big shapes of shadow, color and light (used to squint for that) then I can look through the glasses for the detail. My desire to work more loosely came along with my vision deteriorating. I wonder if they are related?! Any thoughts Chuck? Hope that's not too sensitive a nerve.

Ceu
07-27-2001, 12:29 AM
my kind of painting , nice to see that:)

Chuck
07-28-2001, 10:42 AM
jerryW: that's what I meant to write
your recipe...my haiku pan.

mclaughlin: Life in motion, I love that.
I love painting the artists’ studio, genre dynamics

ZOTMA: Any thoughts Chuck? Hope that's not too sensitive a nerve.
“Too sensitive” this should be the worst that happens to us as we age. I suspect working “loosely” has more to do with a maturing style than deteriorating vision.

Ceu: my kind of painting
Thanks!