Selections by Aaron Bohrod of his paintings
[Printed script for filmstrip], pp. 13-24
15 "This poster that we are looking at represents some of the ideas that I have from time to time worked with. There are such things as landscape sketches, figure sketches which I have used in some of my earlier paintings, and there are also some of what is called still life objects which I have used in some of the paintings that I am now occupied with. 12 "Some of the things represent things that I have on my shelf or that are in very common view. 13 " . . and very often a picture idea comes from the combination of several of these objects. (Note Bohrod's reflection painted on the shiny elephant.) 14 "Once in a while, though, I do get a notion of a story picture idea and I think of the theme for it... 1S "...then it becomes necessary to gather together the still life objects, which will tend to work out the theme in the painting."
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