I have come to think that my artmaking (as well as my writing) is quite involved—in these lonely times!—with a search for friends, people with whom to talk intimately or imaginatively—free-handledly! People who might understand me a little and wish themselves to be a little understood. (Btw: One may think similarly of Emily Dickinson’s poetry and letter writing.) From this perspective, it might be said that this post is curious to hear of others who may also be exploring Cubist techniques. And these Cubist-ish figures are among my many new friends!
I like to say that drawing/painting is a dialogue with the model, and not only with her or him (or … More
First steps into veiled but inviting woods. These works and others can be purchased from the artist using the contact … More
It’s not that during the pandemic I haven’t been making art. Quite the opposite. Painting, painting, painting! And just now … More
Ah nudes. Here shown are a few of the drawings and paintings of nudes that William Eaton has been working … More