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Lorraine Durant Apr 10
Just unwrapped the stunning “152” by
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a-n Blogs 14 Dec 18
"serial art projects enormously beneficial to me and my practice..making it public and shouting about it means I will keep my word..actually do the work each day"—side-lining winter cold sets a price for pieces
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Anne van Dalen 23 Dec 18
Replying to @DavidSmithArt
Yes! Your are such a joy.
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a-n Blogs 17 Jan 19
"It is said that it takes 66 days to establish a habit. Well, I am now well passed that point with the " on benefits of habit in making serial artwork projects
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Noah Paessel Feb 14
Big fan of constraints. By holding some things constant, you can focus on the possibilities of the remaining parameters. Music, poetry, all have various established formal constraints. Dogme films. for example.
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David Smith Nov 3
"I've Seen More Clouds Than Grass" Ink and Inktense pencils on Saunders Waterford paper 559mm × 762mm I'm sitting at home with a cold, doodling and wondering if I should become a landscape painter now that is over
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David Smith Nov 7
"Different Every Day" collage with photographic elements, pencil, and on imperial @st_cuthberts_mill Saunders Waterford . It's from a while back now: one of the first based on a grid. There's more to me than just
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Jean Sim Nov 1
Congratulations to for finishing his yearlong serial art project, a fantastic effort and a great inspiration.
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David Smith Dec 15
"Another Small Mystery" Yes it's square but it's not one of my pieces. It's is slightly larger at 30cm x 30cm, ink on board. Having a break in & forgot to post anything this morning. I love working in this series and have plans for some new ones soon.
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Mount Jun 15
Must-see show if you're in the Bridport/ Dorset area: just this weekend to see it - project on display - check his profile out for details
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Jean Sim Sep 9
No problem David, I appreciate your encouragement. Thanks also for the posts on your a-n blog, your thoughts about the project were extremely helpful to me in formulating a rough plan for myself.
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David Smith Nov 4
"Hidden Territory" Ink and acrylic on Saunders Waterford paper 559mm × 762mm Posting some other work now that is over. This one is currently on loan to us, it's actually in our bedroom and looks great on a day like today when the sun is on it.
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David Smith Nov 8
"Little Red Book" small : ink on Moleskine (and I think the piece below is "Align I"). I'm posting some of my favourite bits and pieces from a few years ago to remind myself and everyone that I'm not just about
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Jean Sim Sep 8
I've posted about a new art practice I begin tomorrow that I'm calling inspired in part by the project of UK artist . You can read my plan here (& maybe even draw up your own): cc
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Jean Sim Dec 15
Replying to @DavidSmithArt
I love zooming into this one, many lovely details. Question for you: when doing did you take the occasionall day off for high holidays? My family is asking 😊 Today is the 98th consecutive day in my , thoroughly loving it.
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David Smith Nov 3
“Coasting again” Ink and gouache on handmade Himalayan lokta paper 500mm x 750mm (approx). Now that I've finished I'm posting some other work to remind me and you of what else I do.
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Marike Vijftigschild Jan 29
“089" Today's ⬛ - acrylic on paper David Smith creates an 8" square artwork from scratch every day for a year. It's "distributed art": many will own a piece, part of a larger artwork no one person can ever own or see in its entirety. ⬛
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barbbluesky Oct 31
This is your penultimate chance of buying one of 's brilliant artworks from his collection. Last one tomorrow! Then I'm sure he'll have a whole new exciting project to entice us! Don't delay, buy today!
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