Tag Archives: Texture

Texture

For me, one of the most exciting aspects of works by Monet or Van Gogh is the texture of their paintings.  You can see the brush strokes, the palette knife marks and the velocity of every painterly gesture, etched permanently … Continue reading

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How Not to Paint Like Monet

I’ve said it before – I like art instruction books.  However, it is important to understand the author’s intention and the limitations of these books, before you take things as gospel.  The book I would like to discuss today is … Continue reading

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Quantum Physics for Artists

I actually had three titles for this blog article.  The other two are “The Power of Aesthetics – Part 2” and “Mathematics, Beauty and Reality”.  I am, in the next few hundred words, going to attempt to explain to artists … Continue reading

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