Monday, November 24, 2014

Video interview with Michael Kareken

Video interview with Michael Kareken

Interview with Michael Kareken from Painting Perceptions – Larry Groff on Vimeo. Painting Perceptions is pleased to present its first video production; an interview I made with Michael Kareken at both his studio and his show “Scrap” at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, which is currently on view until January 24, 2010. Click image for […]

Interview with Sangram Majumdar

Interview with Sangram Majumdar

Sangram is a leading contemporary painterly representational painter who primarily paints from observation. He currently has two shows in New York City as part of the Steven Harvey Fine Art Projects, current paintings showing until December 31, 2009 at the Schlesinger Gallery, 24 E 73rd St. NY, NY and a show of drawings up until […]

Stuart Shils – video on making a monotype

December 16, 2009 by  
Filed under masters of perceptual painting, videos

I just ran across this terrific brief video with Stuart Shils talking about his making a monotype from drawings. You can click on the video at the end to take you to youtube for part 2. Stuart Shils’ website not only shows his paintings but also has a couple of clips from a documentary made […]

Esref Armagan, painter born without eyes, is it perceptual?

December 14, 2009 by  
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I saw this 12/10/09 New York Times article, The Blind Artist and the Volvo today about the new Volvo video campaign for their 2011 S60 model using a Turkish painter who was born without eyes showing him making a painting of their new model. The article and their related youtube video shown below intrigued me […]

Neil Riley

December 9, 2009 by  
Filed under Featured Posts, interiors, landscape painting

Neil Riley

Neil Riley Bexley Interior 2009, oil on Panel, 10 x 8 inches I am often drawn to the intimacy and freshness of small alla prima paintings where you more directly follow the artists path in the brushstrokes and marks that translate their visual experience of that moment. Getting up close with small works allows you […]

Important considerations for artist’s images on the web

December 7, 2009 by  
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I ran across this 2007 article about how not to display your artwork on the web recently and wanted to share it to anyone who hasn’t yet seen it or perhaps knows someone who might benefit from the valuable information offered in the Lines and Color’s article written by Charley Parker on How Not to […]

News Snippets

December 6, 2009 by  
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For anyone who might be interested I’d like to share some news about some ongoing and upcoming happenings with this blog and some other related blogs that should be of interest to readers here. A frequent commenter here to Painting Perceptions, is the painter Rebecca Harp who currently lives in Israel working with the Jerusalem […]

Nancy Friese’s Landscapes

December 1, 2009 by  
Filed under landscape painting, notable painters

Nancy Friese’s Landscapes

Nancy Friese Clouds 2005, oil/linen, 15 x 22 inches Nancy Friese is a leading landscape painter and printmaker who paints outdoors from direct observation, often of the Rhode Island landscape, where she also lives and teaches at the Rhode Island School of Design. She has also traveled widely to paint views from such places as […]