By Andrew Nunes
Nudity’s role in art history is strangely dualistic. It’s a subject endlessly depicted over the centuries but almost always with little variation, like an endless smashing of the same note over and over again. Painter Chuck Miller is yet another fanatic of the nude form, painting naked bodies ceaselessly over the years, but his mission is to reinvigorate an often-repetitive type of art.
One quickly gets a sense of Miller’s genuine obsession with the human form after perusing his works. Faces are often omitted, identities are concealed, but the precise, minute details of a person’s …READ THE ENTIRE ARTICLE & LEARN MORE HERE
Source:: The Creators Project