Breezy Magic

“The world is full of magic things patiently waiting for our senses to grow sharper.” William Butler Yeats (from The Painter’s Keys) To provoke the senses is to be inspired. Without the conscious act of giving in to at least one sense little would be painted, written, performed or otherwise translated into art. Art requiresContinue reading “Breezy Magic”

Bottled Sensation

“Painting from nature is not copying the object, but realizing one’s sensations.” Paul Cezanne (from The Painters Keys) Seasonal changes and their effects on artists are likely as different as one artist’s work is from another. Copying nature improves with practice. The tough part is the “realizing one’s sensations” part. Each season brings new andContinue reading “Bottled Sensation”