Thursday, February 17, 2011

The making of ‘Denouement,’ by Michael Newberry

denoument Denouement, 1987, oil on linen, 54×78 inches.

Denouement is one of artist Michael Newberry’s masterpieces. He began it when he was twenty-seven.  Of it he says, “There is a beacon of love, light, and color that excites my whole being. Denouement is the expression of that existence.”

Go “backstage” with Michael and discover how he gave birth to this masterpiece.

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1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

God that's truly awful. What's with the rug?

S Dali

2/17/2011 10:22:00 pm  

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