Joseph McGurl: Authentic Artist (Part 2)

by Matthew Innis |

(continued) As noted earlier, McGurl does not work from photographs.  He believes direct observation and interpretation of life is far superior to anything he can achieve by painting from a camera’s two-dimensional, mechanical interpretation of a scene.  So instead he spends roughly 20% of his annual working time creating plein air sketches.  Some of these…

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