Article on project by Richard Bledsoe. Very nice. We are officially famous.
Ron Throop “Henry Miller Went To Paris in 1932” 2016. Acrylic on canvas, 18′ x 14″
I first noticed the works of painter Ron Throop on the Facebook page for Stuckism: The Ant-Anti Art Movement. There’s always lots of fascinating works getting posted there, but his stood out to me for several reasons.
Stuckism is truly an international phenomenon, but here was another United States artist, from Oswego, New York, puzzling his way through the dynamics of the independent art scene. He was very productive, constantly putting up images of new paintings. When I see someone so dedicated it sparks my interest; it resonates with my own compulsive approach. I always say painting is my healthiest obsession, so to see someone else with that drive gives a sense of camaraderie.
Even more intriguing were the painting themselves, spontaneous, boldly colored, freely rendered, and full of stream of consciousness…
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