‘Busy’ is such a dumb non-descriptive term. It hits the perfect note of bland non-response as a general ‘good’ or ‘fine’ that you pawn off on anybody you’d never like to have an actual conversation with. One thing I try to drill into my students is that when they are looking at their drawing or…
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February ’22 Studio Update
Posted on Author Michael SchliefkePosted in art, studio
After a month of adjusting back from a long trip, it was good to turn the heat up in studio. I started in on a few fresh batches of paintings, and half-jokingly started telling students I wanted to paint 28 paintings in 28 days.
January ’22 Studio Update
Posted on Author Michael SchliefkePosted in art, Painting, studio
It’s always fun returning to studio after a long layaway. Refreshed, with my mind teeming with infinite possibilities, I’m ready for the new year. So more writing, more painting, and more showing! Of course, there’s a bunch of logistical hurdles to jump first, but here goes…