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“I’ve already done enough paintings for one lifetime," says Daniel Sprick, "but the reason I continue is that I think there’s some undiscovered territory. I want to find it. Find it or die trying.”
"Trompe l'oeil painting was a precursor of modern aesthetics," says Anthony Mastromatteo. Keep reading his essay on this realism sub-genre here.
Be inspired by this exclusive interview with Dominique Medici, who shares her thoughts on using a limited palette, painting alla prima, and meditation.
“There are thousands of options every time you pick up a brush,” says Nancy Depew. “What will guide the decisions you make and what priorities will be revealed by those decisions? Those are the questions that fascinate me. My paintings are done only after I’ve resolved every question.”