Monthly Archives: September 2016

Creative minds think alike

I love when the collective unconscious appears in all its magical wonderment! I saw William Merritt Chase’s pastel The End of the Season (about 1884-1885) (above), Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, for the very first time this morning and noticed a crazy similarity to my monotype Cafe at Sea (below) which I printed in 2005. Gives me the feeling I’m part […]

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Artists who make monotypes

Late Autumn, 2015. Color monotype by Barbara van Buskirk During the past couple of weeks I’ve been sorting through some of my old art notebooks, studio notes, sketch books and Morning Pages notebooks to box up and store, providing much needed breathing room and working space in my small home studio. In the process, I came […]

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