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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 about his painting in Ballycastle, Ireland (under film). Information about getting the entire documentary can be found here.

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2 Responses to “Stuart Shils – video on making a monotype”
  1. Kathryn Law says:

    Video removed by user. :(

  2. Larry says:

    Hi Katheryn,
    Thanks for letting me know that the link to the video had been broken. I just re-embedded it with what seems like a new version or upload of the video. Should be ok now (although it seems more “stretched” than I remember it from before.

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