May
12
2010

Artist Statement by Cheryl Whitestone

(Left: Bicycle Wheel by Marcel Duchamp)I read Mike Rooney's blog entry "I want to be a sell out" and I was gratified with the knowledge that I am not the only one who hears the pseudo-intellectual chatter and refuses to be persuaded to create yet another assemblage of stuff. But I actually like to paint and I am a pretty good painter. In the 90's I was attending galleries every weekend. The shows were mostly all conceptual art, ho-hum, the upside; there were some interesting people all dressed in black attending (kind of like a funeral, does that mean the art is dead?). The wine and cheese was good, but the shock value had worn off of most o... [More]
May
12
2010

Art as a Matter of Survival by Cheryl Whitestone

I have been a professional artist for twenty something years. I started painting when I was 10 years old and continued playing in all the 2 dimensional mediums I could get my hands on as a child with no money. My Mom was an artist so I was exposed to her art supplies and her artist friends who also tutored me. I learned sumi painting at 11, watercolors, oils, sketching and everything else, as I tagged along with my mother and her friends. I even went with Mom to do fill-in work on her murals in California, at age 11. I am old now and still work in every art medium I can get my hands on. Nothing has changed, I guess, except I have more of a ... [More]
May
12
2010

Yes, YOU Can Paint! by Wilson Bickford

Hello and welcome to my space on the "SPLATTER" blogazine. Thanks for logging on! Wilson Bickford and I am a professional artist and instructor from northern New York state. ( if you're thinking "Albany", keep going North. I'm only 30 miles from Canada. I'm at the polar opposite of the state from NYC. ) I am a self-taught artist and I have been conducting painting and drawing classes for 20 years now. There is no doubt that my "occupation" is unique by most standards, but it is also one of the most rewarding that I can imagine. "Turning people on" to painting is very fulfilling, to say the least. Art, whether it's painting, sculpture, mus... [More]

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