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Unformatted text preview: American culture with his never say no attitude. After his accident his work evolved to incorporate different materials. He painted with the brush in his mouth or strapped to his arm. He began to use air brushes, razor blades, rags and even a n eraser mounted on a power drill. He began painting in a new style as opposed to all his early work being photorealism. I really enjoy the work of Chuck Close. I like his later work better than his early photorealistic work. It amazes me that after such a horrible accident, he continues to do what he loves and is still very good at it. I like they way he blends the color to make the big paintings because up close they seem to resemble nothing but from afar make sense to the eye....
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- Spring '08