It’s Not That Bad Frank.


We’ve all had these moments. Will I take the risk? Or crap, I didn’t think that would happen. Oil paint has a mind of it’s own. I’ve started a new category, Artist Studios. I love looking into an artist studio, I like seeing what they read, what they pin on the walls. So I’m starting this adventure with an image of Frank Auerbach from Artists and their Studios by Michael McNay and photo by Eamonn McCabe.



4 thoughts on “It’s Not That Bad Frank.

  1. I, for one, am interested in the artist’s engine room, though it’s a private space. It gives me a better idea of the work that goes into the finished product, and of all the exasperation. It’s salutory to understand that artists don’t just whip their work up overnight, but are often working as hard or harder than any 9-5er.

    • Thanks Falsal, I often get “that’s a nice hobby it must be so relaxing”-sometimes it’s a complete rush and other times anguishing. Thankfully the finished product outweighs the paint on the floor. Cheers Sue

  2. I, too, love glimpses into artist’s studios. I have a few studio tours on my blog, if you’d like to take a look. After each tour, I feel like I’ve learned so much more about both the artist and their work.

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