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In this exhibition I have conversed with painters that have been identified as, Abstract Expressionist, colour field, and/or minimalist painters – Martin, Rothko, Newman, Falkenstein, Bing and Brown are but a few of the them. The work is united by geometry, repetition, the variations of subtle and bold colours, the variable surface treatments, and a polite affinity with subversiveness and flippancy. The subject of these paintings is elemental and these immaterial forms are non-objective in an attempt to infuse the canvas with an atmosphere of open space. In addition, the paintings are uncomplicated. They are quiet and restrained compositions that whisper irreverence and they allude to an anti-decorative aesthetic.
DegreeMaster of Fine Arts (M.F.A.)
DepartmentArt and Art History
CommitteeNorlen, Alison; Graham, John; Orosz, Carla
Copyright DateSeptember 2020