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Thirty-in-Thirty: Day Four . . .

Winter Pool I â“’ 2013 Michaela Harlow – 14″ x 17″ – Pastel & Pencil on Paper Thirty-in-Thirty continues with the start of a new series today. Having cut many saplings on the hillside slopes […]

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Thirty in Thirty. Wrap Up: Restocking, Reflecting & Moving Forward…

Shopping Day… After running on empty for far too many days –and procrastinating for almost a week– I forced myself off the mountain and down into civilization. There I found what I needed: turpentine, permalba, […]

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Thirty in Thirty. Day Twenty Eight: The Beginning & Mexico…

“The Flower Vendor” Diego Rivera 1941 People sometimes ask me if I can remember the moment when I first realized that I am artist. It’s a good question, and one many artists are asked. On […]

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Thirty in Thirty. Day Twenty Seven: The Opinionated Artist & “The Artist Statement”…

Time to start the fire… I mentioned yesterday that I dislike the artist statement, and that I will no longer voluntarily participate in the relatively new, unnecessary, and arguably harmful practice of writing Cliffs Notes […]

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