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Temptation


An artist’s inspiration can, of course, dry up just like a writer with writer’s block.  Except that I don’t know what it is called for artists. Artist’s funk, maybe? Anyway, the way I like to cure it is by creating … Continue reading

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Marilyn Monroe in Chicago | part 2


While everyone continues to trash the “Forever Marilyn” sculpture in Chicago, I instead found myself reminiscing about how I fell in love with her.  It was because of Marilyn Monroe that I started to develop a taste for old movies. When I was growing … Continue reading

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Whiskey on the Rocks with L’emma Peel


In a previous blog, I talked about how the movie stars of the 40’s, 50’s and 60’s made a such lasting impression on me that they continue to be a source of inspiration for my paintings. I would be remiss if I … Continue reading

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Revolution


When George Bush said that democracy is possible in theMiddle East, the entire world said he was delusional.  Now, after seeing what’s happened in Iraq, everyone else wants what they’ve got and the Arab Spring is under way.  Of course, … Continue reading

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The Statue of Liberty


The Statue of Liberty was one of those things I took for granted. Kind of like Mount Rushmore, you don’t really get it, you don’t really feel what it means, what it stands for, until you see it in person. … Continue reading

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Natalie Woodpecker


Well this is my first official post on the Terry O. Luc art blog. I like to call it the “Put a little art in your life, you’ll feel better” blog. (More on that in future blogs.)  But why now? … Continue reading

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