27 01 2013

If you’re home on a Saturday night you might find this piece interesting. I did. I like the article better than the artist and his work. But that’s another story.





Cesar Santander

27 01 2013

“Once I conceive an idea for a painting, I arrange the objects and then use the camera to produce the strongest photographic example of my original idea. Then I paint the photographic image. Superficially, I appear to copy the photograph, but I make many adjustments to the photographic image as I complete the painting. I try to impose my own vision by subtle adjustment of colours, edges and details so that the finished painting is the strongest representation of the original idea.” – Cesar Santander

I had to look twice at some of his work to realize that they were paintings. Its not just his skill but the question. Why would you paint that?

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