Archives for May 2012

How deep is your space?

At one of my always stimulating dinners with my late friend Zyg Jankowski, he said to me that the first decision a painter has to make about his work is a spacial one: how "deep" do you want to make the picture? John Carlson felt that ... Read More...

My Method and Attitude Toward Art

It has been said that art is subjective to the viewer. I certainly agree with that statement. I can look at a work of art and be astounded by the way it speaks to me. Someone else may just glance at the same piece of work and not be ... Read More...

Upcoming Events

The OPA Blog is taking a brief break from it's normal schedule of thought provoking articles from our gifted Guest Bloggers to bring you an update on the exciting upcoming events and deadlines you won’t want to miss!     2012 ... Read More...

Preserving My Dreams

Ola!  What a great idea, and how much I enjoy and grow and am empowered by reading the thoughts, musings, and experiences of these real and great painters. Reading Alan Wolton’s post (once I drove from Nashville to an obscure barn way ... Read More...