Monthly Archives: May 2013

A cat I know

I have a cat. His name is “Charlie.” He is sick and not eating. Cats need to eat regularly or they get very sick and die. Up until a few days ago, eating was not an issue. He ate plenty, … Continue reading

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Drawing in restaurants

Do you draw pictures in restaurants? I do. I have a sketchbook with me to use if I am alone. I draw while waiting for the food to arrive, usually while having a beer or glass of wine. Or, even … Continue reading

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Knowing when to stop

As we stood in front of a large Kandinsky at the beginning of MoMA’s “Inventing Abstraction, 1910 – 1925 show, a pal of mine said that he could not figure out how Kandinsky knew when a picture was finished. It … Continue reading

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Three Heads from 1971

This work is anything but recent. And, for that I apologize. It is a big oil, 30 by 50 inches. That’s big for me anyway. It was done before I knew any better, some 40 years ago. The foundation is … Continue reading

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