Saturday, September 27, 2014

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  1. Your pencil portraits of ogres and giants are reminiscent of Fechin's charcoal head studies.

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  2. If only it was true...Thanks anyway! :-)

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  3. I believe it's the emotion in your art as compared to Fechin's that is reminiscent. Not so much the style. Your style is certainly your own, no doubt. But, the emotion you convey in your art is certainly second to none. K. Travis

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    1. I noticed that, as I get older, the content and the emotion in an art piece becomes more important to me then its outer shell. Therefore I try, consciously and unconsciously, to introduce these qualities into my work. It is always nice when people notice it, and appreciate it.

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