Art in the home has become very popular. I wish people were more cerebral about it, but a lot of times it's slapped on a wall with no thought. Let me help you, by using my Art as examples. Color matching isn't the most easiest thing, but if you can match one to two colors, … Continue reading How to Design A Room Around Artwork
So, it's a late hot day. I am sitting down to paint. Ideas form on the canvas. A single light beam. I think of how much Edward Hopper painted light. I have always loved his work. I realize, surprisingly, that I am just like him. Hopper always wanted light to be showcased in his work. … Continue reading Always Seeking Out Light
I could not make up my mind on doing commissions. I kept laughing at the idea that commissions are usually done by people who want specific things. I thought there was no way on earth I can do them. So after I stopped laughing, I dwelled on it for months. Why not? Just because I … Continue reading Yes, Commissions Can Be Done By Abstract Artists
When you become an Artist, you have to find yourself through your work. Sometimes, you learn more than you thought you would. I had an insight recently. I am very poor, so when I get the tiniest scrap of money, I spend it on canvases and paint, even over extra food, or clothes. I put … Continue reading You Know You Are An Artist When..
Fear of failure in art, being vulnerable, these are things Artists wonder about. I explain it and give some tips below. Read post here on Medium.com
Scene from The Jar, on Alfred Hitchcock Hour I like old horror television shows like The Twilight Zone, and Alfred Hitchcock Presents. Before the show went off, it changed to Alfred Hitchcock Hour, and there was a show I just watched called: The Jar. It is creepy towards the end, but it is very interesting. As an Artist, I instantly … Continue reading Explaining Art Subjectivity