Comments22/10/2016 #8 Roy Hummel#3 Yes i agree Pamela it can change with another look or bye switching direction of the work or also because i have found that it csn ne quite suggestive like if i said i saw an octopus you could maybe see that as well thanks very much for your compliments very appreciated
Comments21/10/2016 #8 Roy Hummel#7i can relate have heard many stories that are similar ... i really never took any kind of art classes well except a ceramics class in college i just really never wanted to be taught rules because i truly would end up testing snd breaking them i really never had in box u know to stay within21/10/2016 #7 Gerald Hecht#6 @Roy Hummel I'm jealous --it's a long traumatic story...short version is that I had the same "art teacher" from grades 1-6 --Ms. Blaire (as in the "witch movie). In her world --commenting upon a art project of mine was usually something like this: "Class, how many fingers do we use to apply paste, and what do we do with construction paper scraps? Now...let's look at Gerald's Work Space..." Fortunately my music teacher was a highly acclaimed session player (primarily keyboards)...three John Lennon LPs among many others...he liked what did with harmonicas and kazoos and taught me m first song on guitar: Joni Mitchell's "Black Crow from "Hejira"
- 07/10/2016El viernes pide cañitas y picoteo, así que os dejaré con mi "Comedor de Pataticas"
Tinta acrílica sobre tabla de madera
- my newest digital art
I know i haven't said much well in words ,sometimes in life pictures are for me better than anything i could ever say ,i just let my images do the talking for me