Once An Impressionist, Always An Impressionist

Acryilic painting of black-eyed Susan flowers

Impressionism is a way of seeing what is there to be seen, not what you think is there. Lines around things, for example, are imaginary. They do not really exist except in art. I have heard that kind of linear representation called, “the felt object.” As the word is ordinarily used — meaning “realistic” — … Continue reading “Once An Impressionist, Always An Impressionist”