Face Making

Le blog de l’artiste peintre franco-américaine Gwenn Seemel. Les articles sont en anglais et en français, et souvent ils sont bilingues.


Nine different kinds of apple pie…

2008 . 08 . 28 - Comments / Commentaires (3)

Apple Pie at the Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center


...and all my favorite people! I couldn’t ask for anything more in an opening party.


Book me.

2008 . 08 . 24 - Comments / Commentaires (0)

the book for Apple Pie


I’ve published about Apple Pie!


The supreme ultimate art form

2008 . 08 . 20 - Comments / Commentaires (0)

Tai Chi class with David Vanadia


Tai Chi Chuan. Literally translated it’s “supreme ultimate fist” and for me it’s more about art than physical fitness. 


Deadlines are a misnomer.

2008 . 08 . 17 - Comments / Commentaires (1)

detail image


Deadlines might more aptly be called lifelines.


Portrait of the artist as a tangle of yarn

2008 . 08 . 13 - Comments / Commentaires (1)

Heather Watkins' Wallflower


This is a self-portrait by the artist Heather Watkins.


The secret lives of everyone else

2008 . 08 . 08 - Comments / Commentaires (0)

detail image of a painted portrait


As a portraitist, I’ve done enough interviews to discover the one thing that most of us secretly have in common.


Portraiture for the people

2008 . 08 . 04 - Comments / Commentaires (0)

Freake Limner's Elizabeth Freake And Baby Mary


Americans love their own faces and have done so from the very beginning.


Juxtapose.

2008 . 07 . 31 - Comments / Commentaires (2)

Bourgeois' Single III and Magritte's Lola de Valence


Louise Bourgeois and René Magritte are very different, but it’s their similarities that please me.


Twenty slices of the American dream

2008 . 07 . 27 - Comments / Commentaires (1)

Portland artist Gwenn Seemel working


Apple Pie opens 28 August at the Interstate Firehouse here in Portland and travels on to Eugene next year!


The middle class art market

2008 . 07 . 24 - Comments / Commentaires (4)

Michael and his beard


Experts don’t know why households in the $40,000 to $80,000 annual income range are reticent about buying art, but the subject of this portrait does.


My disposable thumb

2008 . 07 . 20 - Comments / Commentaires (2)

laying on the kitchen floor trying not to pass out


The story of how my right thumb came to be non-compulsory to my painting process.


Do artists always have to be transparent when physicists don’t?

2008 . 07 . 17 - Comments / Commentaires (0)

Sandra Rice's Old Friends 1983


I wonder what Sandra Rice, the artist behind these figures, would think of that question.


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Je m’appelle Gwenn Seemel, et j’habite aux États-Unis. Je suis artiste peintre. Je crée des vidéoblogs et des articles en français et en anglais. En savoir plus...



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