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Michigan artist Karen Anne Klein has a master’s degree from Wayne State University, in Detroit. Her work can be found in collections across the country, including those of the Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation, Carnegie Mellon University, in Pittsburgh; the …
“Close-Up” gives you insider knowledge and an intimate view of a painting that is featured in The Artist’s Magazine. “Texture and More Texture” by Jimmy Wright originally appeared in the November 2011 issue.
I prefer to materialize my idea in a very fast draft on a small piece of paper that could even be a napkin; it’s only purpose is to see how volumes can work in the composition. This couldn’t even be called a sketch, sometimes I look for the elements that could work with an idea, other times I choose the elements that I like and then arrange them for good composition and discard those that I consider useless. —Abel Marquez