Scott Bodenner on Recycled Synthetic Canvas

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Scott Bodenner is a gifted textile designer, polymath, and friend. He trained as a hand weaver, with a degree from RISD and early on-the-job experience with a German textile mill. He has a unique …

“Scott Bodenner on Recycled Synthetic Canvas”

A Stop-Animation Experiment

This stop animation was shot as I was finishing up work on the painting “What the Thunder Said.”  The video shows most of one day’s worth of work on the painting, compressed into 45 seconds.…

“A Stop-Animation Experiment”

Jerry Saltz edits artist statements on Facebook

Jerry Saltz edits artist statements on Facebook. You will need a Facebook account to read the thread.

Mr. Saltz is a professional critic– he knows how to use words to set a fire. But …

“Jerry Saltz edits artist statements on Facebook”

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”

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”

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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