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Illustration and Abstraction

I’ve been enjoying the work of the great British illustrator Brian Wildsmith. He started in the early sixties and it’s not hard to see some influence from Alan Davie, as well as from those perennial undergraduate favorites Klimt and Hundertwasser. Arbitrary … Continue reading

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Buyers and Sellers

Recently I came across an article by Carol Vogel in the NYT on the Oscar Murillo phenomenon. I always thought that young artists get lots of attention because they are young; they deserve it because they are young, and because … Continue reading

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A Gesture

As part of an ongoing experiment to try for more control over my own market, I’ve put three watercolors on ebay. This first one is here. Another very comical one is here. Anecdotal evidence suggests this second one is quite … Continue reading

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