Monthly Archives: August 2011

Interview with Norbert Marszalek

Norbert Marszalek has been living and working in Chicago for all of his painting career. He has shown at the George Billis Gallery in Los Angeles and has exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in museums and galleries throughout the … Continue reading

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Reunion, Skater Aid and gardens

The reunion is with an older painting that had been stored in various homes for 20 years, a friend returned it last night. One of my favorites, it’s wonderful to have it back and I plan on hanging it in … Continue reading

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What does being an artist mean?

The Brooklyn artist Chris Martin is showing immense works at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, DC. Here, he talks briefly about the artist’s identity and how no artist, not even those in arts education, really knows what he … Continue reading

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