Monthly Archives: February 2010

Two portraits of what it is to be a man.

In my late twenties I found much of what I learned about what a man was in the portraiture from the 17th and 18th centuries.  The Dutch Baroque portraits already on the surface engage the viewer with their detail, subtle … Continue reading

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Such an Immense Place

You know I’ve picked up as of late a book on the men’s movement from the 1990’s called Wingspan, Inside the Men’s Movement (edited by Christopher Harding).  It’s been very refreshing and reminds me of when I first introduced to … Continue reading

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Artist Shilo Jackson

While traveling back to Oregon from Arizona in January I discovered a fun little gallery in the heart of Salt Lake City:  Kayo Gallery,  http://www.kayogallery.com/ It’s a younger gallery with lots of spirit.  A piece that they had on exhibit … Continue reading

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Sketching in Parables

Well, I must admit I haven’t been at the blog or working on art as much in the past month or so because I dislocated a rib.  My advice to you is not to do that.  It’s been a journey … Continue reading

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Another Storm on the Horizon

Well thought I’d put another one of the storm paintings out there for you to see (see post for Jan. 26th).  I’m still working on the sculptural elements of these pieces, but their bound to get done by May, so … Continue reading

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David Camack Lewis on fire.

I got a recent e-mail from an artist friend David Camack Lewis that he’s updated his website and put up some new paintings. I thought I’d pass his site on to you: http://www.davidcarmacklewis.com/ I actually knew of David and his … Continue reading

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A sketch from Brugge

While in Europe this past May with students I attempted to be very faithful in drawing in museums.  Brugge in Belgium is full of a lot of history and wonderful museums.  This is one of my pages from the time … Continue reading

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