9 x 12"
oil on panel
I've said it many times on this blog - Wayne Thiebaud is an artist who has and still does greatly inspire me as a painter.
Here are the reasons I continue to admire and love Thiebaud. His work ethic, still, at the age of 100, is admirable. He's a humble man despite being considered one of America's greatest living artists. He is best known for what critics describe as an artistic appreciation for everyday objects - although he's been known to dispute that, describing his "humble goals to try and paint at any time any subject matter in any medium under the general heading 'people, places and things.'" I told you he was humble.
Featured in my painting is Wayne Thiebaud's Pie Rows.
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