Most successful artists are pigeonholed as shameless self-promoters or tortured geniuses.
"Seeing is Forgetting" brings with it an understanding of the processes and theory involved in creating art that is entirely your own.
A must read for any art student, or anyone who notices that an empty room isn't empty at all.
Visited the DIA Beacon Museum this year which Robert Irwin designed the building and the grounds. This book was read by my Art Book Club (ABC) with is affiliated with... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Sharon M. Bressen
This book helps me understand why using paint to think about perceptual experience is ultimately inadequate because of it's dimensional restrictions, even if I'm thinking of it as... Read morePublished 11 months ago by frank e rittenhouse
A great read, really giving good insight into the life, work, and thought of a contemporary artist. good good goodPublished 21 months ago by Clay Crosby
A truly fantastic book. Wonderful insights into a truly creative thinker. An inspiration to all artists and a must read.Published 22 months ago by J. L. Garnier
I have been working as an artist for about 5 or 6 years. Now, pursuing my Masters degree and therefore in some kind of professional hiatus, I have stumbled upon the fact of how... Read morePublished on December 21, 2011 by Cristobal C.