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H. Craig Hanna, a retrospective at the MNHA Luxembourg 

Briefly Noted H. Craig Hanna at the MNHA Luxembourg   …And then you look at a Rembrandt, it’s just… You see where you have to go… Miles and miles of work ahead of you… There are other aspects of making a great painting than just the skill involved in trying to be an old master. If you see a technique before the painting, it is a problem. … How could my stuff look different? … I finally discovered plexiglass and I started to paint with ink. It changed everything for me. Underneath this chaotic ink painting that I do, there is a knowledge of a figure… Years of drawing… I have this visual sensitivity… Certain colors together will produce this incredible emotion. H. Craig Hanna Inside the Ink-the life and art of H. Craig Hanna, an audiovisual essay by Willy Crank