Category Archives: painting

Señor H.D … a love story, a tale of a muse

Spanish Humpty Dumpty –  JT Winik 2013 You’re sitting there with your muse and your muse is telling you something and you’re following it, and you end up the next day looking at it and thinking, ‘What the hell was … Continue reading

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From Vermeer to Balthus – exploring the work of others

Twice, I have been consciously inspired to work with the images of other artists, these being Vermeer and Balthus. By doing so, the intent was not to replicate the style, nor to attempt to master the technical virtuosity of another, … Continue reading

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AULD LANG SYNE – a toast to Anne

  Papa Hemingway                                                     Running Girls –  JT Winik “Characters who are on the screen from start to finish are not necessarily the ones who have the greatest impact.”—Jeanne Moreau “No one you love is ever truly lost.” – Ernest Hemingway … Continue reading

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The Importance of Being Earnest (words on obsession)

Oscar Wilde said this about his process:  “I was working on the proof of one of my poems all the morning, and took out a comma.  In the afternoon, I put it back again.” And that’s the way it seemed … Continue reading

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