Monday, January 25, 2010

Chinaski of Red Lake, Ontario; Winter, 1989.

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Greetings Bingo Ragers;

I have been absent, lately. My apologies. A new story, follows, below the fold: Chinaski of Red Lake; Winter 1989. It is accompanied by photo documentation and video of the evolution of the most recent painting (Acrylic on fabric), also entitled: Chinaski of Red Lake; Winter, 1989.

But first, some notes in the blogpost: Current Canadian political weather, the Avatar experience and the source of the Chinaski name reference.

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Friday, January 08, 2010

Salutations, BingoRagers.

I apologise for having been AWOL for the last two months. My hunting season and my holiday season have been very creative and productive, but has given me an excuse to avoid the administrative parts of my work.

The short photographic essay, below, documents the step-by-step compositional evolution of my latest painting, entitled DEBATE, from October 2009 until January 4, 2010. It is being painted with acrylics, on an approximate, four foot square of masonite board.

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