Holy cow, my favorite caricature artist bar none is caught live on tape. Note the process, folks. It’s not magic: he folds, copies, traces, mixes and matches until he gets it right. From the New Yorker.
Discovered a great book at the shared house for itinerant artists at the Hui No’Eau center: Edward Laning’s The Act of Drawing Here are some excerpts and some of my commentary below them. From The Act of Drawing, by Edward Laning p9. Artistic potential is develpoed and perfected only by … Continue reading
THIS POST HAS BEEN UPDATED MARCH 2, BY TOM HART Hi attendees of the John Porcellino Workshop: Thanks for signing up, and we want to communicate with you some specifics regarding what you may need or want for the week. Lodging: most of you have located some, or live in … Continue reading
SAW faculty member Dan Stepp texts over a loss image, by Millet, The Angelus. Read a bit about it here. This is why I like to surround myself by people smarter than me: to help me through the world. Dan also recommends the book Pictures and Tears by James Elkins, … Continue reading
Thank to Chris Fillie and the great guys at My Vibrant Community for outfitting the SAW space, happening now. We’re busy stocking up on drawing tables and chairs while he’s working on the walls, the doors, the lighting, etc. The entrance is on the other side of that palm tree. … Continue reading