Q: What’s on the easel today?
A: I’m working on a large pastel painting based on a photograph shot when I was vacationing recently in La Paz, Bolivia. How fortuitous to stumble upon a mask exhibition at The National Museum of Ethnography and Folklore! It felt as though the exhibition somehow was staged for me, just waiting for me to come along and photograph it.
Incredibly, I returned to New York, after a spectacular trip to Bolivia, and found myself with photographs that are inspiring a new series. Certainly this has never happened before! The series is tentatively called, “Bolivianos.”
Comments are welcome!
Posted on July 1, 2017, in Art Works in Progress, Black Paintings, Bolivia, Creative Process, Pastel Painting, Working methods and tagged Bolivia, Bolivianos, easel today, La Paz, pastel painting, photograph, series, The National Museum of Ethnography and Folklore, work in progress. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Q: What’s on the easel today?.