The Other Side

Studio and computer time is at a premium these days. Boxes sorting and packing have become a routine. And while we still have weeks before the actual move to the Pacific Northwest it has become dauntingly clear we will need all the time we have to pack 27 years of stuff. And to boot we don’t have a new address yet. Our new home won’t be ready for quite a while so an interim residence and studio will be a solution.

Winter Stream, Emile Gruppé

I came across Stapleton Kearns blog post on handling distance other than with atmospheric perspective. Its all about design using one of Emile Gruppe’s paintings to demonstrate his point. So while I go get another box take a minute and check it out.

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3 Responses to “The Other Side”

  1. Sally Chupick Says:

    Hi Marianne,
    thanks for the heads up about the Stapleton Kearns site. I read his entry about designing paintings for distance and it’s very informative, and using the Emile Gruppe paintings as a tool to illustrate; super! That’s a beauty you have posted.
    Wow that is huge, moving after 27 years! Sounds very exciting.

  2. Katherine Kean Says:

    Thanks for the link. It looks very interesting.

    Congratulations on the move – that sounds very exciting!

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