all i kept thinking while listening to him talk during this video, was yes, yes, YES!!! he's one of my favorite artists! love to watch him paint!! the freedom just sings from his work!
aww Thanks Paulette...I love him ever since you first blogged about him. So do you use music and caffine...lol I just love his "freedom" and OMG the way he uses those "golden" paints...I need to stop being so "cheap" and "thrifty" in my painting...lol Isn't that the way with us women though...we always have to "justify" our purchases for our "personal things". When I use to sell scrapbook organizers I use to tell women about how their husbands would go out and buy the best tools or golf clubs when they needed to do a task or if they started a new sport...and they don't feel the "need" to explain it away. I'm getting better at it...thanks for sharing again, fondly, Roberta
October 05, 2009 at 09:15 PM
paulette, i've seen this before, but the meat of it evaded me at the time. it is perfect for GUT ART...gonna post it there. thank you for putting it out here again!
myste (mi-stee) |
October 05, 2009 at 10:51 PM
I love this so much, thank you for posting! I'm going to re-visit his other video you posted. xxx
Niki Jackson |
October 06, 2009 at 05:43 AM
Beautiful! I never heard of this artist before, but now I definitely want to see more.
Thanks for posting this.
I really like your work, too!
Angela Recada |
October 06, 2009 at 07:37 AM
yep roberta, music and caffine....both are a MUST! lol! oh i know! he just slings the stuff....literally! how i'd love to see him paint in person. maybe one day....
Paulette Insall |
October 06, 2009 at 10:55 AM
oh yea! i had meant to send it to ya. when i was posting here from youtube, i thought ooo this would be perfect for the gut art class! but ya beat me to it. ;) :D oh, and i just posted a little vlog about my progress in your rockin' class sistah!
Paulette Insall |
October 06, 2009 at 10:58 AM
Hey Paulette...yeah we were up in Asheville this summer but never made it to his studio...someday :}
October 06, 2009 at 11:23 AM
Isn't he incredible?
i live in columbia, south carolina,
but my family has a vacation home in west asheville.
we go to his studio multiple times a month,
and watching him paint live is amazing.
November 21, 2009 at 08:03 AM
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