Friday, March 13, 2009
Mi fa male lo Stomaco
More than 20,000 works were
attributable to Australian artist
Arthur Boyd, during his lifetime.
He would complete a canvas as large
as four meters by three meters
in just two days.
"Just do it quicker - the quicker
you draw the more you can draw"
he once said.
Like artists before him Boyd worked
in every space and in every circumstance.
Picasso never had a conventional studio
but created working spaces wherever he went.
This is from an article written by Xenia Hanusiak
in "The Age" newspaper Sat,Jan 17,2009,A2 section.
"ANXIETY IN THE HEART OF MAN
BUT A GOOD WORD MAKES IT GLAD."