The Sea of Art: A Memoir of an Artist chronicles the adventure of a life in art via the words and images of Bob Paige. It is the very human story of a person with a strong motivation to achieve in art, his struggles to learn its craft and its issues, to know its history, to understand the current art scene, and to find his unique “voice.” Of particular interest is the way Bob’s life and art intera...
Paperback: 274 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (May 14, 2012)
Product Dimensions: 7 x 0.6 x 10 inches
Amazon Rank: 8791899
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Bob Paige was a teacher of mine at UTEP who profoundly changed my own life in art - I had lost track of his career and art and was so glad to find this - with insights into the changes in and struggles with his art. It's not always easy for an artist...
analysis of the paintings, he shows how his art reflects the deepest aspects of his psyche, changing as he moves from the anxiety and alienation of his youth to his maturity. The book alternates between portraying Bob’s life and describing his thoughts and actions as he paints. Woven into the text are many reproductions of Bob’s work, influential works from the past, and work by his contemporaries. These examples will give the reader a clear understanding of the forces at play in an artist’s life. Bob Paige was born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1938. He has a diploma from The Cooper Union School of Art, a BFA from the Philadelphia College of Art, and an MFA from Yale University. He has shown his paintings in galleries in New York and Philadelphia. Retired now, Bob taught art at Community College of Philadelphia for 34 years.