Lots of Dots...from 8:30 until 3.
Keeping time to the music.
Then you re-construct and re-work
The Professor uses Gel Medium to attach the pieces to a canvas backing
and then fills in the blanks with more dotted fragments.
Here are two re-constructs placed on top of a painting from a year ago for reviewing. The next step is to make them sing.
Today Bill C. helped him rehang part of the studio.
Outside his studio the Professor has his own gallery wall. They hung this Big Bend picture from his realist years next to a new landscape. He enjoys confusing the viewer.
At the end of the gallery hall they hung the Coliseum in Rome.
Here is how not to move a painting. Since he has down sized autos it is being moved on top of a car. This or rent a van.
He chose a car. This is not a good idea.
An open studio is a good idea.
The Professor is not only dotting. Mary Margaret gave him some imitation tapestries from Italy in the 70's to which he adding his own images.
Carnival in Venice
Maybe clever, maybe cute...but Sooooo?
After all that dotting it is a release to paint an image.
Studio with Painter's Apron #4: The Music Lession
The wall at Mary Margaret's; a work always in progress.
As long as the Professor can work, the rejections mean nothing.
The second part of the summer begins.