My artist talk recorded at Guardino Gallery on June 15, 2019. This is about a half hour long. I talk about Chang, the ink, and my process. I relate a tale about fulfilling one of my artistic ambitions, and answer questions from the audience.
In May of 2017, I showed in the main gallery at Guardino Gallery. Here is the first part of my artist talk there. At least until I asked them to turn the camera off as I was about to tell an extremely personal story. Now I kind of wish I had let them record it. The talk went on for maybe another 10 minutes. Sorry for the low sound levels.
2018 – Work in progress of a hare after Albrecht Dürer’s “Young Hare” 1502. This is part of a painting which is still in progress and that has not yet been named.
2018 – Work in progress video of a cat in the painting “Morning Orchestra, 1937” – Walnut ink and watercolor on watercolor paper – 12 x 9 inches – 2018
2018 – Work in progress video of the painting “The Heart Who Burns, 1932” – Walnut ink and watercolor on watercolor paper – 13 x 10 inches – 2018