If you haven't shared your web site with the rest of us send it to me and I guarantee it will be in the next newsletter. Wouldn't you like 3100 of your peers to see what you're up to? C'mon - next month is your turn.
Would you like to bring your plein air painting group to Cuba to paint? I will show you how and do the work for you! Check out this link for more information. And there is some news brewing that could (in time) change the way we travel to Cuba. Steve Paul, the senior writer and arts editor at the Kansas City Star was on my Cuba tour in January. Today he posted a cool slide show and story of his experiences.
Maryland artist Desiree Holmes Scherini specializes in home and business portraits.
Born and raised in London, plein air painter Helli Luck now plies her trade in Tennessee.
Check out the wide range of solid works by Canadian artist Jennifer Lawton.
St. Louis area painter Michael Anderson has a web site that will fascinate.
Oregon artist Michael Schlicting's work is rooted in the abstract forms of nature.
Florida artist Roni Lynn Doppelt had a show that included works by her daughter and father!
Sylvia, from somewhere in Italy, has kind of a homemade website/blog.
Clemmons, NC artist Walter Tate works in acrylic, watercolor, oil, pastel and egg tempera.
Colorado artist Kim English is teaching for me September in Paris. It will be the 5th time we've worked together in France. Check out this incredible 3 minute youtube interview with him and information about the workshop.
Here's the Wall Street Journal page of Melinda Beck, an artist joining us on a NYC workshop.
Thanks goes to Myrna, my dear sister, for sending me the links to the following two articles.
Whether or not you agree with the quality and ability of these artists it certainly can't hurt to look. Female Artists 2013: Celebrate International Women's Day With 10 To Watch This Year
Celebrate Van Gogh's 160 th birthday by reveling in this tribute. Look at the slide shows and amazing video links.
This is amazing! George Bush aka Dubya, has a passion for painting. Watch this video
This is just TOO WEIRD... Don't freak out but have a look and tell me what some people will do to gain attention.
Do you remember the largest property crime in American history? Back in 1990 the theft, including works by Vermeer, Rembrandt, Manet and Degas, was valued at $500 million.
I've quietly moved into the current century by posting a blog here. Read some of my posts and then by all means add your comments. Strong feelings accepted...
Don't forget that one the premier painters in America is coming to NYC to teach. Yes, I mean Camille Przewodek.
Then Tuscany with Don Sahli and Paris with Kim English. One space left for Tuscany so don't delay.
I'm working with the Art Students League of New York on a tour to Vietnam and Cambodia. Still got a ways to go to hammer out all the details.
"The United States, the land of the free, is particularly rich in museums. That is appropriate, because museums are a means to freedom." Sister Wendy Beckett
"My heart beats more for a raw, average vulgar art, which doesn't live between sleepy fairy-tale moods and poetry but rather concedes a direct entrance to the fearful, commonplace, splendid and the average grotesque banality in life." Max Beckmann
"I have forced myself to contradict myself in order to avoid conforming to my own taste." Marcel Duchamp
" I thought for a change I would give up drinking, and it was a great mistake and although I reduced the size of my nose and improved my beauty, my stomach suffered." Winslow Homer
"What I am seeking is not the real and not the unreal but rather the unconscious, the mystery of the instinctive in the human race." Amadeo Modigliani