Could a Remake Ever Become a Classic?

  I am still on holiday, so only a very quick post from me today.   The other day I was sitting there, watching True Grit. The Coen Brothers remake with Jeff Bridges and Matt Damon, and I greatly enjoyed myself. The film was dirty, really grubby and to a great extent somewhat realistic in terms … Continue reading Could a Remake Ever Become a Classic?

An interview with Peter Zokosky

A very interesting interview with a talented artist.


Peter Zokosky trained at the Otis Art Institute in Los Angeles. He has also studied cadavers in much the same way as Leonardo da Vinci, which enables him to recreate anatomy on canvas in a way few could imitate. His work has appeared in countless solo and group exhibitions. Peter has taught at the J. Paul Getty Museum and several other establishments. He is currently an instructor of Anatomy for Artists at California State, Long Beach. It was an honor to sit down with him to find more about the man behind the imagery.

For more examples of Peter’s work please also see: The Art of Peter Zokosky

Is true you peeled back the layers of a dead bird to learn more about its anatomy? Why do you think anatomy has fascinated you since an early age?

I recall, very clearly, an early obsession with things unseen and a…

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A Friend in Need is a Friend Indeed

A few days ago, while away in the UK, I read a blog post written by a dear friend of mine, fellow writer LauraLynn Elliott. She is currently going through a rather difficult time, as her husband has been in the Intensive Care ward at their local hospital with a number of horrible blood clots.LauraLynn, has … Continue reading A Friend in Need is a Friend Indeed