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YOGA – Spinal Twist

YOGA – Spinal Twist   I enjoy using a calligraphy styled, disconnected-line technique that allows the viewer’s eye to fill in the spaces. Quality Giclee prints from greeting card size to poster size, plus, tote bags and decorative pillows are … Continue reading

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De-Constructing David

DE-CONSTRUCTING DAVID Occasionally, I like to select a well-known person or image and scale it down to minimal lines, allowing the viewer’s eyes to fill in the gaps.  Michelangelo’s David seemed perfect for this exercise. The original has been sold, … Continue reading

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RIPOSE – 2 – FEMALE NUDE

My inspiration for painting this minimalist Nude stems from the abstract paper cutouts by Matisse and Paul Klee’s suggestion to “Take a line for a walk.” Yes, I know, repose is spelled with an “e,” but spelling the word correctly … Continue reading

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Ripose 1 In Red – Female Nude

Sometimes it’s fun to step away from complicated drawings and just see how few lines are necessary to create a recognizable image that is pleasing to the eye.   Why did I add the red?  Does it have some deep exotic, … Continue reading

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