Art in Context

Painting What You See

Virtually every artist, from the time of cave painting to the dawn of non-objective art, will tell you they paint what they see. Painting what you see seems like the most obvious and simplest thing in the world…until you try to do it.

Reading Beyond Art History

I enjoy engaging thoughts of the creative mind, irrespective of the field.

On My Bookshelf

As I thought about which books are most important to me and my development as an artist, it gradually dawned on me that it would not be a reading list.

The Studio Project II: Rodolfo Edwards

My studio is a huge warehouse with splendid view in Dumbo, Brooklyn, NY, which I share spaces with five other artists. I’ve been living in New York almost four years now, and discovered the area from other groups of artists who worked there.

Ten Books Every Artist Should Have—and Know Well

We carry on conversations with great books over the years, and as we change, the works change with us.

    The artist does not retain control of his work in the imagination of the spectator. On the contrary, that’s the beauty of it. — Georges Braque