Ed Haddaway

Ed Haddaway

“Even as a kid,” Ed Haddaway remembers,“I was really into making things. My parents would stick us in the back yard and we had hammers and nails and boards. There was a basic primal need to put things together from about the age of five.” Haddaway, a bearded burly man...
Golden Artist Programs

Golden Artist Programs

Nice Work if You Can Get It When I noticed that several painters who are Vasari21 members had certification from Golden Artist Colors—a company that specializes in acrylic paints, mediums, and grounds and has officially been around since 1950—I was curious about what...
So You Want To Learn How To Draw?

So You Want To Learn How To Draw?

In which a writer and critic goes back to class Please note that this story is reprinted from the ARTnews issue of October, 1995. But 20 years later, the New York Studio School “drawing marathons” still continue along the same lines, under the expert...
What Is a Drawing?

What Is a Drawing?

The answer these days is far from simple. The late, great, often cantankerous art critic Robert Hughes more than once bemoaned the apparent decline in standards for draftsmanship.  “In the 45 years that I’ve been writing criticism there has been a tragic depreciation...
Another Opening, Another Show

Another Opening, Another Show

Another Opening, Another Show Artists find this is a good time to regroup, decompress…or get back to work Photo credits: bottom of page The opening, duration, and end of a gallery or museum show can be cause for anxiety, depression, obsession, elation, relief, and any...