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In the Studio: The Process of a Painting with Robert Josiah Bingaman by New American Paintings

In his painting “Texas,” Robert Josiah Bingaman (NAP #90, #101) traces and records the feelings surrounding his night wanderings and musings as he is in different states across the U.S.  So far, Bingaman has completed eight of this Nocturne series, with “Texas” being the most recent and most intricately recorded, process-wise.

As part of our Process of a Painting series at NAP, we were eager to share Bingaman’s journey in beginning and completing “Texas.”  For the most part, his process, video, and images speak for themselves.  But he has provided additional narrative to accompany some of the images below as well.
– Ellen C. Caldwell, Los Angeles Contributor


Robert Josiah Bingaman | Texas, 2012, acrylic on linen, 61 x 102 in. Continue reading
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