Editing Your Artwork

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EDITING YOUR ARTWORK

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Kenny Harst - Using paint or ink drips to cover and add mystery

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Rosalie Gasciogne - Leave some areas of a grid blank; cut up a bigger work into small pieces and reassemble

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Glenns TV Guile Series Cover areas that are too busy with paint and blend into image

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(Also Glenn) Paint things out, change ordinary magazine images and text to something unexpected

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(demo) Add papers to create unity; remove letters from words to create new words or associations

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Jeff Raymond Repetitively write over and cover imagery to black it out and create texture

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Herbert Pfostl Add new work on top of old work then paint it all to unify

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Lawrence Carroll get rid of everything but the essentials

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Walter Rast paint over everything with thinned gesso, then find new shapes and bring them out, add text

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Diana Elrod Create new shape on top of old one with paint

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Eric Jordan Just keep adding stuff!

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Anselm Kiefer- Paint out a lot!

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Pagely Tucker Add color all over

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Frances Holmes Removing busy areas with gesso and collage; creating big geometric shapes to simplify composition

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Karen Justis Add a layer of transparent or translucent image over full text

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Sally Wassink Create new shapes with over-sized lettering

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Alice Leach put several smaller works together to create a bigger one and unify with ink

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Andi Arnovitz- Roll up some of your writings and create a set of scrolls to be mounted on strong paper or displayed in a box

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Jane Davies Create a new composition with color blocks

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