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The Language of Color
By  Judy Feldman  |  www.wildemeyer.com This winter, I took a trip to San Miguel, Mexico. This colonial city bursts with color, and it’s not unusual to see homes painted in bright yellow, reds and greens, enhanced with beautiful foliage. The many shops disp...
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Where does your eye go?
The power of the horizon line By Judy Feldman | www.wildemeyer.com A few weeks ago, while driving up to Flagstaff, I felt as if I were enveloped in a mass of fluffy grey clouds. It was pleasant, and yet, disconcerting. Something was a little off, and I real...
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Divine Bovines are Udderly Wonderful at Wilde Meyer!
By Judy Feldman | www.wildemeyer.com Growing Pains  24″ x 48″ Sarah Webber Wilde Meyer artists tend to like animals. It’s not at all unusual to see images of dogs, horses and even chimpanzees when you walk into any of their galleries. But, this month, some ...
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Planned vs Intuitive (Part Two)
When spontaneity drives the process.. By Judy Feldman | www.wildemeyer.com In my previous blog , I examined the process of creating art by planning, using reference photos and, sometimes recurring images. Joseph Young and I like to plan, but once on the can...
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Planned vs Intuitive (Part One)
To plan, or not to plan… By Judy Feldman | www.wildemeyer.com Are you a planner? Do you like to know what you’re going to do and how you’ll go about it? Or, are you someone who acts impulsively, going by the seat of your pants? House in Vinales   30" x 40" ...
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It’s a Woman’s World (at least in art)
By Judy Feldman | www.wildemeyer.com Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I  , by Gustav Klimt photo source:  Wikipedia Recently, I saw the movie, “The Woman in Gold,” about the painting of Adele Bloch-Bauer by Gustav Klimt. I’m sure most of you know the story beh...
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Artists as Storytellers
By&nbsp Judy Feldman  |  www.wildemeyer.com What stimulates the artistic mind to pick up a brush and create a painting, or to produce a beautiful object, or, for that matter, to write a compelling novel? Sometimes we see something that triggers our imaginat...
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The Gift of Art
By Judy Feldman |  www.wildemeyer.com Holiday time inevitably becomes very stressful, especially when we have to select the perfect gift for a friend or family member. The stores are loaded with merchandise. It’s overwhelming! Here’s a better solution: give...
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Day of the Dead
By Laura Orozco Allen |  www.wildemeyer.com It is not a scary holiday. I can say it because I grew up celebrating it. Although I'm from the most northern part of Mexico, my hometown city's customs are a little Americanized and because of it, the typical Mex...
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