Monthly Archives: July 2012

Ty Wenzel has been painting since the age of 13. Her current series is a new take on

Getting Back to Basics

So.  So, I’ve decided to get back to painting.  Mainly it’s because I feel I need it to be healthy.  And that my neighborhood demands it of me.  My “Disco” series will be expanded to the artists of the 80s that I loved so much.  Keith Haring.  David Salle.  Francesco Clemente.  Jean Michel Basquiat.  Andy Warhol.  And many others.  It’s odd, the older I get the more I regress back into that child I once was, painting like Patrick Nagel […]

Jackson Pollock

I live about a mile away from the Jackson Pollock / Lee Krasner house, where all that magic came from.  There are a lot of stories that go around town (Springs, East Hampton NY) about Pollock.  For instance, there’s a particular tree down the street that is supposed to be “that tree.”  The tree he crashed into with his mistress and her friend, that killed him and the friend.  There used to be a plastic wreath attached to it until […]