The MFA’s Wednesday evening Drawing in the Galleries has been a wonderful discovery, only pencils allowed, and followed that up with a Thursday evening at Catherine Kehoe’s Collage Factory at Mass Art. Feeling productive!
The MFA has a Drawing in the Galleries program every Wednesday evening. Had a great time there. Sorry – dreadful photos.
Again, a couple of charcoal heads from a historical painting: a self-portrait by the Polish painter Anna Bilinska-Bogdanovich (1857-1893) I admire the fearless directness of her self-portrait. This artist died of a heart condition at 36. She was best known for her portraits.
Thanks Dolls! See you again tonight!
Landscapes have been hung at Belmont Hill School’s Landau Gallery. Large flower paintings have been hung at Canvas Fine Art. The studio has been de-cluttered, and brushes thoroughly cleaned. I pulled out a matte knife and disposed of some paintings that I just don’t like (that felt good to make a decision about them) andContinue reading “Show time”
More from the sketch book. Pencil and gouache. Traditional.
Two days of delays and I’m still in Chicago but very comfortable. Tomorrow? The Art Institute and then back to the train station to try again.