One of the best artists to come out of KC, Aaron Storck graced his presence upon my studio recently. On semester break from the MFA painting program at VCU, Aaron and I discussed our thoughts concerning painting culture and the concept of a holistic art practice. As a token of my appreciation, I bequethed to him a work of his choice. Having an astute eye for the development of new pathways in abstraction – he appropriately chose a black and white sharpie and xerox piece entitled “Figmentation I”. This friendship will bear many creative future fruits!
Godspeed in your studies, Wizard Shaman Studio Minster!
- THE NATURE OF BEGINNER’S MIND
- PAINTING A HANDHELD AESTHETIC DEVICE
- 10 PAINTINGS GIVEN AWAY IN MOMENTS PASSING
- 36 PAINTINGS SITTING & WAITING IN A BASEMENT
- PRECEDENTS FOR A NEW PRAXIS
- PERFORMANCE STUDIO PRACTICE
- HOW CAN A PAINTING BECOME AN ACTION?
- 3 Christmas Present Paintings By A Father & A Son
- IS THIS WHAT IT’S ALL ABOUT?
- THE WARM GLOW OF POSITIVE AFFIRMATION