Artist Mike Koloski
For me the process is every bit as important as the product. I love the process of painting. The physical excitement and mental challenge of applying paint to ground and moving it around for a pleasing result is what keeps me going. The subject is often just a good excuse to paint.
As you would expect, then, the resulting work is quite eclectic. I approach the challenge of landscape, figurative work, portraiture, and non-objective work with equal relish. Its only after a cup of coffee in the morning that I decide what kind of painter to "be" that day.
Far better, you say, for a painter to find his style and perfect his art. Phooey! And what's more -- how boring. The painter interacts with the world through his brush and knife (or sometimes his hands and fingers). Why limit your view to only a narrow slice of the world?
When I pass over, I would like my epithet to read: "A competent artist, often good, who was willing to try it all."
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