TITLE

BRUCE MARSH

AUTHOR(S)
CORBINO, MARCIA
PUB. DATE
September 1983
SOURCE
American Artist;Sep1983, Vol. 47 Issue 494, p36
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article describes the approach and technique of artist Bruce Marsh to painting. Marsh is interested in all the things that water does with light such as reflection, transparency and movement and he has been playing with aquatic imagery since 1965. His realistic style is said to correspond to the appearance of the things in the world. He follows an action plan for each oil painting and tends to work for months in oil before switching to watercolor. It adds that his works reflect the illusionistic use of white in the watercolors.
ACCESSION #
51863156

Tags: PAINTING technique;  MARSH, Bruce;  ARTISTS;  WATERCOLOR painting;  WHITE in art

 

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