"To constantly strive to get better at my craft as well as remain open to what I see and feel and think is an ongoing way of life."
Artist Cynthia Rosen discovered to learn how to mix colors, it would provide consistency with her interest in the Color Field painters, the Impressionists, as well as Expressionists.
Once I found subject matter that excited me, I never needed to worry about finding inspiration.
You begin to treat it as a 9 to 5 job, getting up every morning and putting in the hours painting.
When it comes to subjects for his portraits and figures, this artist finds interest in a variety of people, in particular other creatives.
I am so blessed to continue to grow and explore this gift of art, this passion to create and be able to make a living doing what I love.
A look at the dramatic shift of an abstract painter who later became one of the founders and most prolific practitioners of the Bay Area Figurative Art Movement.
What is the most interesting thing you have painted/sculpted and why? Angela Mia De la Vega: Some years ago, I was going through a very...
Family Farm can be seen at the Oil Painters of America National Show in Steamboat Springs. What is the best thing about being an artist? When...
Have we come to the point where no one can make a great representational painting ...