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He was energized by his new surroundings and by his supportive wife.
In 1946, he converted the barn to a private studio, where he continued to develop his "drip" technique, the paint literally flowing off of his tools and onto the canvases that he typically placed on the floor. Many other artists resented his fame, and some of his friends suddenly became competitors.
Pollock and his brother Sanford, known as Sande, both found work with PWA's mural division.In 1930, at age 18, Pollock moved to New York City to live with his brother, Charles.He soon began studying with Charles's art teacher, representational regionalist painter Thomas Hart Benton, at the Art Students League.Guggenheim gave Pollock a stipend to work, and Krasner dedicated her time to helping promote and manage his artwork.
Pollock was happy to be in the country again, surrounded by nature, which had a major impact on his projects.In 1949, Pollock's show at the Betty Parsons Gallery sold out, and he suddenly became the best-paid avant-garde painter in America.