The fall season is upon us. Important, much anticipated exhibitions, such as de Kooning at MoMA and Milton Resnick at Cheim and Read, promise to make us wonder how anyone thought painting could possibly be dead.
With the new season come openings and opportunities to see new work. For many, that work is the product of a long summer secluded in the studio. Many artists can't wait for fall to get some feedback and see what their colleagues have been up to.
In August, painting blogs heated up with interviews and studio visits -- far and away the most popular kind of post last month. Artists can be solitary but we are also curious, and a good studio visit, virtual or not, drives us back to our own studios inspired, re-engerized and ready to work.