Monthly Archives: September 2007

First day of Arcrylics – part 2

By | September 27th, 2007|Uncategorized|

It was my first day of class -  Acrylic Painting - Part Two at the University Canada West - Fine Arts Program - Evening Art Classes. So far, so good. I'm working on a homework assignment; actually finding time to do it!

Speed painting

By | September 20th, 2007|Art of Consumption|

I've become addicted to time lapse paintings and drawings on YouTube. I was forwarded this link to the EclecticAsylumArt.  Holy crap is this guy good. Watch him create the Mona Lisa with ketchup and fries. It actually looks like the Mona Lisa. Jason is the artist's name, and you will see him do this picture in 30 seconds. Then [...]

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Painting in a Day

By | September 18th, 2007|Art of Consumption|

I was searching for cool art blogs today, and did a search for “Painting in a Day”. I came across Jeff Hayes web blog. He describes this discipline as producing one new painting every day, and says it has become a phenomenon embraced by dozens of artists worldwide. Jeff Hayes attributes Duane Keiser as the [...]

Pretty on the Outside

By | September 17th, 2007|Art of Consumption|

As I was going through my old artwork, I realized there’s a cartoon-like element to the work I've done. I’m also a third generation reader of the Star, Globe and National Enquirer magazines, and I have always followed celebrity gossip. I’ve finally had a chance to do an online search of who’s doing what, and [...]

The Art of Consumption

By | September 14th, 2007|Art of Consumption|

The title of my Blog is called, “The Art of Consumption”. The art of consumption has many word plays – I’m sure you can think of your own. There is an art to consuming what we see everyday whether it be food, news, or artwork. Too much, or too little can have adverse affects. I’ve [...]

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