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September 2014

29.09.14 - Brilliance of Foliage

Foliage and paintings

How does a painter make sense of the cadmium season? The unusual vision perception of an artist makes it overwhelming. They see millions of green in one leaf where an untrained eye might see one green color. The brilliance of foliage painting is the ability to design the foliage palette, and get those foliage colors to behave!






brookhill Inn abstract 5x7

06.09.14 - Ripe

In The Name Of Something WonderfulThe finest Abstract paintings come from when a painter is natural. These natural tendencies enhance unexpected brush strokes which produce rare abstract paintings. It is my belief that many abstract painters will produce a major painting within a ratio of ten average paintings to one masterpiece. These masterpiece paintings are so rare due to the naturalness and explosive brush stroke that is uncontrolled. De Kooning’s work has this quality of unexpected energy and brush stroke that is so rare in many of his pieces. It could be stated that major abstract work happens when the painter is ripe enough to allow the abstract magic to come through the brush.

In the opposite spectrum, realism is wonderful in a different way to which a realistic painting shows the craftsmanship and dedication to detail to develop an advanced realistic painting.

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