Imagine you are a painter just starting out. You rent a studio and you go there every day, inspired to paint. You don’t yet know anything about the business side of making art and you don’t yet have an income but you
Photo above: Colouring the whole world, circa 1986
How has contact with other people in your field helped you grow in your success?
Can you point to times when new knowledge you gained about your materials has helped you better express your
One of the best things I ever did for expanding my technical knowledge was to take a job at Opus Art Supplies (Granville Island). A few months after I got my studio and began painting full-time I was on the
I had outgrown painting in my bedroom. I was now dragging my supplies up to our flat-top roof when the weather was dry or out to the garage when it was raining. I knew that being serious about painting meant
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