|Moon and Grapes, 1943, John Gnagy. Norman Rockwell had nothing to fear.
|1946, Jon Gnagy signs on live TV.
|Cables and lots of lights--1955. The glamour was paper thin, the black and white
cameras were bigger than, and weighed more than, their operators.
|The first TV I ever watched looked something
like this late-1940s Emerson. Drawing from
a 14-inch screen took good eyesight.
|Basics and beyond, a page from the
|Everything a would-be artist
could ever need.
"I believe that in the life of everyone there comes a time when the Art Spirit is dominant. You may have passed it when you were 5 or 7 or 11 years of age. But it will come again several times in your life when you are looking for something outside your practical, everyday routine."
|Not as easy as it looks.