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Could you share your progression as a professional artist from childhood until now?

My house burned down last year, and I lost almost all my art in the fire. I have a few photos of my past work, though. (And if you’re a professional in the arts, either a creator or critic or curator, I’d welcome your expert opinion on my work. )(Edit: Wow, thanks for all the upvotes and kind remarks! I added a few more paintings at the bottom of this post, that I dug out of my Facebook feed. Also, a big hello to Scarlet and the Squareheads! Thanks for dropping in to check out my stuff! )(Edit 2: To the commenters asking about commissions, or purchasing my work: sorry, I can’t discuss commercial queries in the Quora comments. The admins consider it spamming, and delete my answers. You’re welcome to hit me up on Facebook if you have any questions about my art - Ian Saxby - or contact me via my profile.)(Edit 3: In response to the questions about the big purple portrait from 2014, the lady in the picture is an old friend of mine from Toronto, beer critic Robin LeBlanc. I painted the picture with a 50/50 blend of beer and acrylic paint. Sadly, this painting was one of those destroyed in the fire.)(Edit 4: To those of you asking about the fire, our situation was covered fairly extensively in the news media. I won’t risk a ban by posting links to the story, but you can find the whole thing pretty easily with a quick search online.Edit 4b: I wrote a fairly detailed account of the fire in this Quora post - Ian Saxby's answer to Why couldn't you just run through a fire? Say your house is burning down, why not sprint through it for 10 seconds?)1986: Birthday card that I drew for a friend when she turned 20. I hadn’t taken up painting at this time. I used a technique inspired by the work of Reg Mombassa, drawing a black ink outline and filling it in with a coloured pencil.1987: 21st birthday card for my friend. I was fascinated by the maps in the back of the Lord Of The Rings books as a kid, and made numerous copies in the same style. Again, coloured pencils and ink.1991: My friend Nigel, walking along a raised road in the Kinchega National Park in central Australia. I was inspired by the lush colours of the Australian desert, and mostly avoided the use of black outlines in order to produce a more natural landscape.[lost in the fire]1992: Illustration from a botany assignment. Fine black outlines on the cactus, which I had to portray accurately. I took some liberties with the background, obviously :-D[lost in the fire]2010: I’d moved completely from coloured pencils to painting by 2010. I was still at the stage of building up images from small black outlined areas, and this is the period during which my work most closely resembled that of Reg Mombassa and Colin McCahon. This is also where I began experimenting with pointillism, inspired by the dot paintings of indigenous Australian artists.I painted this as a thank you to my former boss, on the top panel of his office door. If you’re ever at the Matisse Derivan headquarters at Rhodes (Sydney, Australia), it’s probably still there in the upstairs studio.2011: I love painting old houses. They’re my favourite thing in the world. This is an old 4-apartment boarding house in Toronto, Canada, that I painted after moving there with my wife at the end of 2010. It’s the last Second Empire house remaining in that part of the city, tucked in behind the huge Rogers building and surrounded by modern apartment blocks.[lost in the fire]Posing with my model, 2014: This was my first completely pointillist work, painted with a 50/50 blend of acrylic paint and Kilkenny Cream Ale. It took me thousands of hours to paint, over a period of twelve months.[lost in the fire]2015: Probably my first swirly sky painting. This is a plein air piece that I painted from the driveway of my inlaws’ house outside the village of Wolverton, southern Ontario. It was extremely windy most of the time I was out there, and I added the swirls as a nod to the weather.2016: Commission for a client in the UK. He’s a cycling fanatic who asked for a Tour de France painting set in the French countryside, with fields of sunflowers and canola. There are about twenty layers of dots in some parts of the image, and it took me about two thousand hours over six months.2017: Peak swirl. This piece is sixteen square feet, and took a year to complete. I wanted to paint something very, very complex, and built up this image from around three hundred thousand dots, layered one on top of another.2018: Quick, simplified expressionist work, inspired by the bright autumn colours of New Brunswick. This is one of the first things I painted after being released from Moncton hospital.Another quick piece, November 2018, I was still recovering from my burns at this stage, but was mostly healed.2019: Fossil coelacanth. I’d gotten a bit tired of loose expressionist painting, and returned to my black outline style.EDIT: Extra artworks . . .Therapy piece from February 2019. This is the embodiment of the physical and psychological trauma I suffered as a result of the fire. The sharp edged form in the centre is composed of solid blocks of different shades of napthol red, and the background is all soft pointillism. I like the effect I get from mashing up different styles in a single work.This piece is simply called “FIRE!”November 2018. Another, more restful work from after I was released from hospital.December 2018. Way back to my early painting roots. This is a humorous view of the landscape around the farm where I’m now living with my wife, with an expressionist sky thrown in for good measure.2010. Beelzebub. An experiment with a limited palette, using a brain scan image overlaid on a profile of my head sketched by my wife, that I projected onto the canvas with a table lamp.[lost in the fire]Coffee table, about 2010. Not much to say about this. We needed a coffee table after we moved into our Toronto apartment in 2010, so I built one and painted this design on it.[lost in the fire]Wolverton village, Ontario, autumn of 2014. House across the road from my inlaws’ property. This is one of the very few realistic paintings I’ve ever done.Wolverton in the autumn of 2014. Pointillism combined with a somewhat cartoony landscape.From my Sydney exhibition in 2010. Probably inspired by my impending move to Toronto. Five feet by four, and took two years to paint.2014. Night Soccer. Quick expressionist memory of soccer training on Tuesday nights in the mid nineties, at Curtis Oval in Sydney, Australia. The guy in the foreground wasn’t originally going to have red hair, but after I’d done the underpainting in those bright orange shades, I decided I liked the way it balanced out the red jerseys of the defenders.2018: New Canaan United Baptist Church, Route 112 in New Brunswick.[lost in the fire]2010 I found a spectacular photo of a Bird Of Paradise flower online, and used it as a visual reference to paint this heavily textured impasto piece on a three foot by four foot masonite panel. I had it framed and hanging in our living room for years,[lost in the fire]2015: Blandfordia flowers (Christmas Bells), painted with heavy impasto. Made as a thank you gift for my cousin, who helped us with our move from Ontario to New Brunswick. His wife loved the Bird Of Paradise painting, so I made this textured piece for her with a similar style and palette.2013: Toronto With Subway Spiders. Real buildings from around the top of Sherbourne St in Toronto, with a fanciful underground dimension. About 2,000 hours of work over a period of three years.2008: Windfarming. Oils with wax medium. Suburban cross section referencing my childhood in Sydney, where I’d often dig in the back yard and wonder exactly what was down there under the ground.2013: Purely expressionist image of a lovely friend of mine, who does fetish modelling in underwear and corsets. Photo credit: Vanessa von Volkova.2008: A Sunday School Night’s Dream. Oils with wax medium. I went to Sunday school as a kid, and they’d tell us about Hell, and then I’d have nightmares about Hell being under my house. This is the front of the house I lived in, although there wasn’t actually a church across the road :-D(Edit: this was my first experiment with wax medium. I’d bought a bottle just before starting to paint the Hell section, and finished the piece with wax added into the oil paint. I was impressed by the luminous melted-crayon effect, and painted a number of other pieces using the same medium).2008: Reincarnation Of The Grass Spirits. Oils with wax medium. This is one of my earliest attempts at painting, after moving away from coloured pencils. About 1200 hours of work over 18 months. This is the best thing I’ve ever done, and I’m thankful that it was at the gallery instead of in our house when the fire destroyed my other work.2020: Obstruction. I found some interesting diagrams and microscope slides while reading about arterial sclerosis, and used them as reference material for this eight square foot abstract piece.2019: Voice Of The Dreaming. Commission for the same client who purchased the Tour de France painting. This time he asked for a rear view of his parents on a desert road in central Australia, standing by their beloved MG sports car.2019–20: Ammonite. I painted this piece in 2019, and it hung around on my wall until October of 2020, when I built and painted the frame. It’s mostly sourced from a photo of a beautiful cut and polished ammonite fossil that I found online, with some additional elements that I made up as I went along. A custom frame of this type and size would’ve cost me upwards of six hundred bucks from a framing store, but the total cost to do it myself was about sixty bucks for materials and eight hours in the wood shop. (Pro tip - you can buy cheap-ass ceiling moulding from Home Depot instead of using framing materials, and cut it to size using a miter saw).2020: Haunted. Quick monochrome Halloween painting from October of 2020. It looked a bit featureless with an empty foreground, so I painted in a raccoon to give the painting a bit of interest.2020: Untitled. I keep a sketchbook and a box of coloured felt markers on my telephone table, and draw doodles while I’m talking on the phone. I was so pleased with the way this one turned out, that I made it into a painting.2020: Bringing In The Hay. Composite view built from a couple of photos that I took on the farm where I live. I really hate painting farm machinery because of all the fiddly details, but the rural stuff is popular at my gallery.Winter Blues (Nov 2020)Small acrylic piece that I dug out of my procrastination pile this week. It was a massive pain in the butt to paint.Escarpment (Jan 2021). Acrylics on 15″x30″ gallery wrap. Another VW camper van road trip piece to start the new year.As a bit of a bonus, here are some pages from my sketchbook. Every artist should keep a sketchbook - it’s where you jot down ideas, practice details, compose future artworks, and generally keep your drawing skills honed.“Fishing Bear”. I don’t usually paint wildlife or nature scenes, but they sell well in the local market. Figured I might as well bite the bullet and start producing stuff with more commercial appeal :-D

How will Trump's 2020 campaign be different than his 2016 campaign?

Hello Charlene!You always save your toughest questions for me, don’t you young lady…Let’s dive in, shall we?During his State of the Union address to make the case for his re-election a couple of weeks ago, Trump claimed success in delivering on promises, especially the economy.“Unlike so many who came before me, I keep my promises,” Trump said. Did he??Trump will build a great, great wall on our southern border — and I will have Mexico pay for that wall,” Trump vowed after riding down an escalator into the gilded lobby of Trump Tower, “Mark my words.” NO! Promise NOT Delivered!Fact 1: The administration said this month it had built 100 miles of border wall, for instance, but virtually all of that construction has replaced barriers that previously existed during the Obama administration. Mexico hasn’t paid anything and Americans are paying for all changes and new work. AP fact check: Trump exaggerates on jobs, border wall in campaign kickoff rallyFact 2: “Immediately terminate President Obama’s two illegal executive amnesties (Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals). All immigration laws will be enforced — we will triple the number of ICE agents. Anyone who enters the U.S. illegally is subject to deportation. That is what it means to have laws and to have a country.” NO! Promise NOT Delivered! Trump's tall order: Hiring 15,000 ICE and border patrol agents2. Trump promised annual economic growth of at least 3% on a sustained basis but dangled the possibility of “4, 5, and maybe even 6%.” NO! Promise NOT Delivered!Fact: This hasn’t happened. Unemployment is at a 50-year low, and the economy has expanded an average 2.5% during the first three years of his term, somewhat faster than the 2.2% post-recession average before he took office. The federal tax cuts he spearheaded, along with government spending increases, juiced growth to 2.9% in 2018 but gains slowed to 2.3% in 2019 and are expected to throttle back to slightly less than 2% this year and in 2021. What ever happened to Trump’s boast of 4%, 5% or even 6% growth?3. Tax cuts — Trump vowed the $1.5 trillion in sweeping tax cuts he spearheaded in 2017 wouldn’t increase the federal deficit because they would pay for themselves through faster economic growth that swells government revenue. NO! Promise NOT Delivered!Fact: The tax law is projected to add $1.8 trillion to the deficit over the next decade, according to the Committee for a Responsible Federal budget, but new estimates calculated equal 3.9 trillion will be added to the deficit. What Are the Costs of the Trump Tax Cuts to You?4. Tax cuts — Trump also said the tax cuts would spark a wave of business investment as a result of both lower rates and changes allowing businesses to deduct capital spending more rapidly. NO! Promise NOT Delivered! #PromisesBroken #maga #kag #kag2020Fact: The International Monetary Fund found the legislation did boost investment but by 3.5 percentage points, but that was below the average 5.3 percentage point increase that was forecast. About 80% of the tax savings was channeled into stock buybacks, dividends and other similar activities while just 20% went to capital spending or research and development. Why Stock Buybacks Are Dangerous for the Economy5. “Everybody is getting a tax cut, especially the middle class,” Trump promised when he was a candidate. NO! Promise NOT Delivered!Fact: By 2027 every income group below $75,000 would see a tax increase, while only those income ranges above $75,000 would still see a cut, helping the wealthy and hurting working class folk. A Year After the Middle Class Tax Cut, the Rich Are Winning6. Trade — Trump said a “Trade War with China was easy to win.” NO! Promise NOT Delivered!Fact: At 12:01 a.m. on July 6, 2018 in Washington — noon in Beijing — the United States began imposing tariffs on $34 billion on China and it has escalated up until recently when JUST Phase 1 of a new China Trade deal was signed. This is still nto completely resolved, but dairy farmers in New York, to Poultry Farms in Ohio, to Pig Farms in Iowa have been devastated. US-China trade war is 'unresolvable,' strategist says6. Trump embraced daughter Ivanka Trump’s push for paid family leave when he was running for office. At a campaign stop in Pennsylvania, Trump called for six weeks of paid maternity leave as part of a package of childcare initiatives. NO! Promise NOT Delivered!Fact: That idea went nowhere in Congress. Dead on Arrival! But some 2.1 million civilian federal workers will be eligible for 12 weeks of paid leave after the birth of a child, adoption or the start of foster care under a deal struck last year. Paid family leave for everyone is “not going to happen this year,” Holtz-Eakin said. “That’s something he’s going to have to promise in a second term.” Where does President Trump stand on his 2016 campaign promises?7. Candidate Trump promised Americans he would repeal the Affordable Care Act, the landmark health care reform law enacted under Obama. “Real change begins with immediately repealing and replacing Obamacare. What a mess,” Trump told a crowd at a political rally in Toledo on Oct. 27, 2016. NO! Promise NOT Delivered!Fact: Uhm…. No, that hasn’t happened. 68 times Trump promised to repeal Obamacare8. National security — Failures everywhere. NO! Promise NOT Delivered!Fact 1: His push to oust Venezuela’s president, Nicholas Maduro, has stalled. His negotiations with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un have fizzled. His push for a peace deal with the Taliban in Afghanistan remains out of reach. What’s more, Trump’s recently unveiled Middle East peace plan — years in the making — was dismissed by regional experts as a nonstarter. Trump Releases Mideast Peace Plan That Strongly Favors IsraelFact 2: Instead, Iran has begun to abandon its commitments under the 2015 deal and appears to be inching toward acquiring a nuclear weapon. And while Trump has touted his decision to authorize a deadly strike killing Gen. Qasem Soleimani, the powerful Iranian military leader, it is not clear if that will make Americans safer.Fact 3: Ending forever wars. No, this goal is out of reach. Trump promised in last year’s State of the Union address that he would reduce America’s military presence in the Middle East — repeating his oft-cited campaign pledge. “Our brave troops have now been fighting in the Middle East for almost 19 years,” he said. “Great nations do not fight endless wars.” (1 of 2) No! Promise NOT delivered!Fact 4: But Trump has deployed more American troops to the region, particularly in recent months amid escalating tensions with Iran. After Trump authorized a deadly striking killing Iran’s Soleimani, the president sent an additional 3,000 troops to Kuwait amid increased threat levels in the region. According to the Associated Press, 14,000 U.S. troops have been deployed to the Middle East since May. (2 of 2) NO! Promise NOT Delivered! PolitiFact - McGurk right that Trump has sent 14,000 troops to Middle East since May9. “My agenda will be based on a simple core principle: putting America first,” he said. “Whether it’s producing steel, building cars or curing disease, I want the next generation of production and innovation to happen right here, in our great homeland, America — creating wealth and jobs for American workers. NO! Promise NOT Delivered!Fact: He has NOT put America first and has actively sought to damage and hurt American’s who don’t agree with him. The loss of the SALT deductions for Blue states was aimed at hurting blue states and dividing Americans forcing their taxes higher.10. Trump has said that he isn’t interested in cutting funding for Medicaid. NO! Promise NOT Delivered!Fact: The latest Obamacare repeal-and-replace plan in the Senate does exactly that. Specifically, it cuts Medicaid spending by shifting it to a block grant program and tying annual spending increases to the broadest measure of inflation, rather than healthcare inflation. According to the Congressional Budget Office, 15 million Americans could lose Medicaid coverage by 2026 if this proposal is signed into law by Trump. The CBO says as many as 24 million more Americans could be uninsured under 'Trumpcare'11. Trump said he would supply full funding for Social Security. NO! Promise NOT Delivered!Fact: Trumps first budget took aim at Social Security disability benefits, slashing them by $64 billion. These cuts could strike a big blow to seniors because most SSDI recipients are over age 55, and they’ve been deemed totally disabled and unable to work by the Social Security Administration. Trump to Propose Cuts to Safety Net Once Again12. The U.S. debt stands at $18 trillion when Trump took office and reducing debt “fairly quickly” was a Trump campaign promise. NO! Promise NOT Delivered!Fact: The US National Debt is 24 trillion. U.S. National Debt Clock : Real Time Trump said he would ‘eliminate the federal debt in 8 years.” Not happening.13. Trump said he would “create targeted child care tax credits.” NO! Promise NOT Delivered!Fact: Tax bill doesn’t increase deductions for dependent care expenses | December 21, 2017 The Ins and Outs of the Child and Dependent Care Tax Credit14. Trump said “We’re going to put our miners back to work” at an August 10, 2016 rally, “They want to be miners, but their jobs have been taken away,” Trump said. Trump also said “we’re going to bring them back, folks.” NO! Promise NOT Delivered!Fact: So far, Trump has brought back 2,000 coal jobs from its high during the Obama Presidency of 90,000 jobs and far from his claim of “bringing back 45,000 new coal mining jobs” falsely claimed in July. Lies. Trump says 'the coal industry is back.' The government's jobs numbers say otherwise15. President Donald Trump promised to revive manufacturing on the campaign trail. “My plan includes a pledge to restore manufacturing in the United States,” Trump said in a campaign rally in Detroit, Mich., on Oct. 31, 2016. NO! Promise NOT Delivered!Fact: Three years in, the industry is on the same trajectory as when he took office. Bureau of Labor Statistics data shows that jobs have been on a slight uptick, but American manufacturing is still waiting. The Coronavirus will take his toll as well. Has Trump fulfilled his promise to revive US manufacturing? | DW | 05.12.201916. “One of the first things I’d do in terms of executive order, if I win, will be to sign a strong, strong statement that would go out to the country, out to the world, that anybody killing a police man, a police woman, a police officer, anybody killing a police officer, the death penalty is going to happen,” NO! Promise NOT Delivered!Fact: In order for Trump to impose a death penalty for cop killers, he would need to overturn the Supreme Court ruling. Trump doesn’t know what he’s talking about.17. Trump said “Allow individuals to fully deduct health insurance premium payments from their tax returns under the current tax system.” He also said “Businesses are allowed to take these deductions, so why wouldn’t Congress allow individuals the same exemptions,” NO! Promise NOT Delivered!Fact: At the end of the day, neither tax credits nor deductions made it through. “There have been no changes to the tax treatment of insurance premiums,” said Urban Institute senior fellow Howard Gleckman. Never followed through, but corporations can deduct these from their taxes. Trump-O-Meter: | PolitiFact18. Trump said he would “Allow individuals to use Health Savings Accounts (HSAs). Contributions into HSAs should be tax-free and should be allowed to accumulate.” NO! Promise NOT Delivered!Fact: There has been no movement. Not in the recently passed tax overhaul, nor anywhere else.19. Trump said “I’m under a routine audit and it’ll be released, and as soon as the audit is finished it will be released” in a May 4, 2018 (And Prior Mentions) discussion with The Economist. NO! Promise NOT Delivered!Fact: We all know by now this NEVER happened, more LIES.20. Trump stated “I would not be a president who took vacations. I would not be a president that takes time off.” In 2015, Trump told The Hill he would not be the type of president to take time off for vacation. Flash forward one year and Trump has watered down that promise, saying he won’t be big on vacations. NO! Promise NOT Delivered!Fact: Barack Obama took 29 vacations from 2009–2017 equaling 328 days. Nearly a third of the days he’s been president, Trump has visited a Trump-branded property on vacation. Trump is on vacation three out of every 10 days. Slightly more: Of the 1,075 days on which he has been president, he has visited Mar-a-Lago or a Trump Something-or-other on 331 of them, 31 percent of the time. Through the New year in 2020, he will have visited a Trump property on 117 days in 2019, the same number as in 2017. This guy doesn’t work and is lazy AF. Glad the #maga #kag #kag2020 approve of this. Trump Golf Count21. Trump Claims End of ‘American Decline’ While Avoiding Mention of Impeachment in State of the Union. Trump stated at the State of the Union on February 4, 2020 that “In just three short years, we have shattered the mentality of American Decline and we have rejected the downsizing of America’s destiny,” NO! Promise NOT Delivered!Fact: This is not true. The country is in 24 trillion dollars of debt, the US has damaged relationship with all its main allies, it has betrayed the trust of other countries we want to build peace with like Palestine, Iran, Cuba, and Iraq, to name a few. The government doesn’t work anymore, its broken, the healthcare system is broken, public education system is broken, the infrastructure all over this country is broken. The country is more divided and factionalized than ever. It is a lie to say the US is not in decline.Trump has only kept 17% of his promises! Trump-O-Meter: Tracking Trump's Campaign Promises He is a complete failure. Promises NOT Delivered! #PromisesBroken What Trump has accomplished is terrible, tax cuts for the wealthy and corporations and suspending immigration and asylum and we have massive debt and children in cages.Sources: Everyone linked in the text and Donald Trump’s Lies -Promises Broken

Will Blackpink become more popular than BTS in 2021?

While I do believe that everything could happen, I would say that most likely it’s a big NO.Here’s a list of reasons why it’s unlikely to happen.1.New GGs Concept:I think it’s pretty obvious that BP are currently not the only ones who have girl crush/bad@ss concept. This is the new trend in most of the debuting groups or one year old groups.Therefore the attention will not be exclusive to them, people who like this concept will willingly look for more, especially that BP’s content is rareBest Examples:-Asepa-G-Idle-ITZY-LOONA-EVERGLOW2.BTS getting their military postponed for at least a year:BTS: South Korea passes law allowing K-pop stars to postpone military serviceI think that BTS will make the best out of this chance, especially that now they have the government's support.My last statement alone proves that BTS’s fandom is more likely to increase massively this year.1.Being able to attend national shows on KBS because of their government's constant support will definitely increase their popularity in Korea, especially that they haven’t attended any shows since 2016–2017.2.Their Grammy nomination will also give them more exposure in the west, even if they don’t win it. Just performing there and getting a nomination will do the magic.3.BlackPink is no longer the only GG that is being promoted in the west:Unlike BTS who had NCT, MONSTAX and SuperM to compete with them in the west BlackPink was the only GG that was decently promoted there. However, this is no longer the case.Examples:-G-Idle already made two English songs, and we all know it’s mainly meant for their promotion in the west.Not to mention that last year they signed with an american label. So, we will most likely see more of them in USA, which will subsequently affect BP’s sales K-Pop Girl Group (G)I-DLE Signs With Republic Records in the US-TWICE appeared for the first time on a western showNot to mention that they also released an English version of their song “ I can’t stop me”. Which again is meant to promote them in the west4.Treasure’s Debut and BigBang’s return:Just a year ago we barley got any content from BlackPink and they were almost the only active group in YG, I can’t even imagine how this year would go for them now that YG has two more groups to promote5.BlackPink’s actual ranks among groups in the west compared to BTS:This is their rank among K-pop groups on Social 50 Artist Bilboard (Not Just GG)Global salesNot only is BTS first, BlackPink is not even top 10 globallyOn Gaon 2020 sales BlackPink is forth with two groups serving as a gap between them and BTSNot only is BlackPink missing from the top10 but NCT’s album is there too, not just BTS which means they’re doing better than BPBottom-Line:BlackPink might be the most famous GG but it’s not the second most famous K-pop group in the west. They have a lot of other groups to suppress just to be comparable with BTS, I know they are famous but numbers wise they still have a lot work to doAlso, the final answer to your question is no… I actually believe BlackPink is more likely to lose some of it’s popularity this year than BTS

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