“Art is not a hobby, it is a life skill; as necessary and as mind-expanding as reading, writing and arithmetic. Through drawing, painting and making of any kind, we become more intimate with the world around us, because the first part of the process is learning to see, not only with our eyes but with our minds.”
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From the Blog…
Life, Death and Art
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The Painter of the Future
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Seeing and Feeling
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“The Art Itself is Nature”
At the end of last year, I wrote a post about Diane Duyser, who made headlines when she saw the Virgin Mary looking back at her from her cheese toastie.…
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