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I find things much easier on Facebook. If you'd like a more thorough experience of my practice, be sure to like and perhaps even share if you wish. Plenty of exciting things will be happening for me in 2014, including my own website and online blog - and Facebook, of course, will keep you informed. 

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JeremyTroughton 3 days ago  Professional General Artist
ty for the fav:)
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catpuck Mar 23, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Hi! would u like 2 join my group called Anti-illuminati-01? anti-illuminati-01.deviantart.…
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thefantasim Mar 6, 2014   Digital Artist
Congratulations! You are the Visual Member Of The Month at HumanConditions.
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thergothon Feb 13, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Thank you for faving my work :-)
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JJURON Jan 8, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
Good question. No, we do not need another Bacon. Many things in this are learned from coping a master then developing your own new way. However, Bacon has opened doors in painting that I feel have yet to be fully explored. Bacon himself copied Picasso's biomorphic period, the works of Chaim Soutine and Van Gogh. And we know where that led him…into creating new works that no one could have imagined. I say to painters that copy a particular style?….keep copying with the understanding of learning something. It's a way to work through problems physically with paint. 
Cheerio.
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:iconryckrudd:
And then, since drawing is the proper way of seeing, is it actually possible to draw after Bacon, or Soutine, or even Titian? When artists dive into colore, the act of painting becomes increasingly complicated. And often instinct is the only resolve.
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lystephen1984 Jan 7, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
 the only question is that if we need another Bacon  or not.
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JJURON Jan 8, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
Good question. No, we do not need another Bacon. Many things in this world are learned from coping a master then developing your own new way.
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:iconryckrudd:
That is the right question to ask. While bad Bacons is not my intention, we sometimes forget that the great masters we admire were derivative in their early years as well. The road is long.
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JJURON Dec 30, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
Wow man you have mastered his style pretty damn good. I'm sure you are learning a lot doing that. Keep it up see where it takes you?
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