Cheryl Pritts Interview: I began like many people, as sort of a hobby. I painted on wood because my husband did a lot of woodworking. We lived in Pennsylvania at that time, and I did a lot of folk art. It was then that I thought, ‘Oh, I really love color!’ After moving to Texas, I started art school with a local artist in San Marcos (Betty Ritchie). She paints in a very classic style, and I really didn’t fit in with the other students because I loved using a palette knife and pure color, unlike most classic-style painters. I don’t like to blend a lot.
A New Show About Perspectives Featuring Works by Taylor Dueker, Keva Richardson, and Ronnie Weeks.
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Art is an on-going a journey. I think that when I decided I wanted to PURSUE art… I think that was probably 2003-2004, when I left corporate America and started looking for somewhere else to channel my energies.
Interview with an Artist: Robert Anschutz, Photographer @arton12.com
When did you first begin to think of yourself as an artist? Well, I’ve kind of always considered myself an artist, because I’ve been painting since I was 8 years old. But, I guess seriously maybe college… after college. My degree is in painting from Texas State (Southwest Texas at the time). I’ve painted my … Read more