Wanderings of an artist in the trenches.

About

This is an alternative blog for when I’m on the road and only have my iPad along, which, at the moment, doesn’t support iWeb, which I use to write my regular Artblog. So this blog may fill up with odd musings about all kinds of stuff that just happens to hit me on the spur of the moment.

I’m a professional artist, writer, photographer, and filmmaker. My work has appeared in and on the covers of many publications here and abroad. My work is in many collections here and abroad. I teach full-time at Ringling College of Art and Design. I’m also part of the full-time faculty of the Illustration Academy and TAD (The Art Department).

5 responses

  1. Really love the new blog. Love all your writings and thoughts and can relate (as you know) to much of what you wrote on depression. Hope to talk soon. Keep it coming!

    April 6, 2011 at 11:29 PM

  2. George,

    Thank you for the terrific heart-felt tribute to Jones, it was riveting. Always wondered what he was up to. His work is spellbinding. Your stuff is amazing too. Hope to see you in San Diego. I’d be tempted to wear a purple dress as a nod to Jones if I’d known him better.

    “Make war no more”

    Thomas Yeates

    July 10, 2011 at 1:20 PM

  3. Mary Eleanor Hurt

    Dear George Pratt,

    I am a gallery assistant at Agora Gallery, a contemporary fine art gallery in New York. Can I send you some information about our gallery and promotional services that you might be interested in?

    I look forward to hearing from you,
    Kind regards,
    Mary Eleanor Hurt
    Gallery Assistant / Agora Gallery
    http://www.agora-gallery.com
    maryeleanor@agora-gallery.com
    Phone: 212.226.4151
    Fax: 212.966.4380

    September 24, 2013 at 9:24 AM

  4. ShirleyD

    A note to thank you so much for the Procreate workshop in ImagineFX and the very excellent brushes. You paint. No matter the media you are a painter. I love that your digital images use painterly marks. And I am having so much fun duplicating, then tweaking your brushes to make my marks. The settings you chose have taught me much about which slider does what.nProcreate is so amazingly versatile. Much appreciation!

    July 16, 2014 at 10:48 PM

    • ShirleyD,

      Thanks very much for the kudos on the Procreate tutorial. I had a lot of fun putting that together, though it was time-consuming and fraught with stumbles. But I really enjoy Procreate and it’s great to get the word out.

      I’m glad you like the brushes. I don’t do too much tweaking on that front, which I probably should. I bet I could get even more out of them. I just want to get drawing and painting so live with what I have. 🙂

      I just redesigned and updated my website and was wondering if posting brushes for sale would fly or not? What do you think?

      Anyway, take care! Would enjoy seeing what you’re doing with Procreate.

      September 2, 2014 at 1:33 AM

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