(via Painting with 5,000 Facebook Friends in Your Studio)
LOS ANGELES — Most artists like to think of their studios as private domains: as places where they can wrestle with the problems and possibilities of art making without anyone looking over their shoulder. Mark Dutcher, a Los Angeles painter, has spent the last five years gradually breaking down that privacy. He has done it by using Facebook, which isn’t in itself unusual.
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(via Painting with 5,000 Facebook Friends in Your Studio)

LOS ANGELES — Most artists like to think of their studios as private domains: as places where they can wrestle with the problems and possibilities of art making without anyone looking over their shoulder. Mark Dutcher, a Los Angeles painter, has spent the last five years gradually breaking down that privacy. He has done it by using Facebook, which isn’t in itself unusual.

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