As it turns out, this posts marks the one year anniversary of Studio Index.
I've not much fanfare to mark the occasion.
But today I read a lot--here are two notable excerpts from my reading:
The process of looking--especially the process of looking while making a drawing or painting--is far too alive and spasmodic to be rationalized.
Eschewing theory and system, protocol and precedent, Cezanne wants to know only what he learns from the practice--his practice--of painting.
Both excerpts are from the essay, Turning the Head in Empirical Space by Rackstraw Downes