On Bob Ross and Screen Resolution

Admittedly, there is some irony when a painter who was “raised without television” has something to say about Bob Ross. But the television painting programs that I did see as a child certainly made …

“On Bob Ross and Screen Resolution”

Traveling Moleskine Number 3

This was a fun project: my friend Vanessa Mikk (a.k.a. CheapGirlDraws) has been sending specially prepared Moleskine notebooks out in all directions in a sort-of expanded-sketchblog-slash-exquisite-corpse mail-art-experiment. The idea is that each artist does …

“Traveling Moleskine Number 3”

In the LIMN Showroom

Randall Stoltzfus' painting Penumbra installed in the showroom and LIMN in San Francisco

You can still see work from the recent show at LIMN Gallery in San Francisco by visiting the neighboring LIMN furniture & design showroom at 290 Townsend Street. LIMN’s showroom website has more about …

“In the LIMN Showroom”

Handprint

One of the first really exciting painting resources I remember discovering online was Bruce MacEvoy’s website handprint. When I was actively engaging with my limitations as a watercolor painter several years ago, his comprehensive …

“Handprint”

Photos from the opening at LIMN

LIMN has posted an album of photos of the show and opening on their website. It was nice to see the work presented with such care in LIMN’s exceptionally beautiful space. Thanks to Christine …

“Photos from the opening at LIMN”

Further West: a solo show at LIMN Gallery

Please join us for “Further West,” a solo show of new work by Randall Stoltzfus at LIMN Art Gallery in San Francisco, from April 18th to May 30th, 2009. There will be an opening …

“Further West: a solo show at LIMN Gallery”

Re-learning how to stretch canvas

After switching to heavy pre-primed linen several years ago, stretching new canvases (usually one of my favorite studio jobs) became difficult. I was getting little sags at the corners that refused to go away, …

“Re-learning how to stretch canvas”

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