Wednesday, September 14, 2005

A Painting a Day

Cherry No. 3
From Richmond artist Duane Keiser's web site, "A Painting a Day":

"For this blog I'm going to try to make a painting each day (starting 12/10/2004.) Most of the paintings on this blog will be postcard-sized oil sketches (I call them Postcard Paintings.) I paint them on site, using a modified cigar box as an easel."

Keiser's paintings of olives, plums and ravioli are worth a look. His approach to selling his art may well be the way of the future for the independent artist, to keep from being at the mercy of the gallery system.

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Anonymous said...

Funny -
There is another "A painting a Day" blog by the artist John Finnegan. Their painting subjects are also interchangable.

http://johnfinnegan.blogspot.com/

Originally it was actually called "A painting a day" but he must have discovered the other site.