Tuesday, May 1, 2018

brush and ink portraits 1982 - now

 Here is a continuation revealing the body of work I have created since 1982.  It is all grounded in what I call the aesthetics of spontaneity, and brush and ink has been vital in laying the foundation for that practice in all the other 2d mediums I have worked with. It is an essentially zen fine art practice.
     Portraits hold a special place in my heart as a major art motif.  Confronting the drama of someone's face and appearance as the manifestation of their psyche is a great challenge and one of the great mysterious miracles of the aesthetics of spontaneity...ie.  how the psyche arises out of the moment to moment attention to 'color' and brush.
click on link below for the pdf.

brush and ink portraits 1982 - now

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