Saturday, December 26, 2015

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/12/19/female-painters_n_4468211.html


Do not fear your responses to liking what you see. In this first line line is a link.....please....click it and see New Art!!!  No I am not begging anyone to buy more art,  I am bribing you, enticing you to have a reaction to this piece so that you can feel....Take a look at what is being done in this picture..... The lines are the same as your eyes moving through a room in real time but they are converted into dimensions of color....with your eye's, yes, which are attached to your brain and not your phone..... ;the color or the absence of it, in the case, of the white squiggles, in Voices of Space 2013 and The 'soc' 2013 are expressions of 'feeling' with line color and movement in response to what happens deep inside the brain.  Great titles...Painting is beautiful...it is beautiful to paint....

 I am throwing down this basic thought that we can still make abstract art like this over and over again.  We can kill abstract painting and bring photo realism into the focus (which somehow is more real to some), like wars fought and civilizations remade and defined again with loss and radical expression:   Throw it down here relates to the Post Action Painters like Justine Hill, who give us the providence and bliss of the visual, from which the pains through their process, methods and reactions with each stroke, recreate emotion and light. 

 Use the material how you will Jill, and search every eye catching moment to create your colorful realities.... beautiful art....ahhhhh.

These two links share a bit about two artists you should know about as they relate to what came before Justine Hill in the history books....please comment and be open.  LOL Jean




1 comment:

  1. From BCA:"Carrie Dickason makes a practice of material manipulation that engages in an ongoing dialog about consumer culture. Recently relocated from Detroit, Dickason responds to her surroundings by exploring the juxtaposition between erosion and growth. Choosing materials that reflect both her background in the automotive and textile industries of Detroit, and inspired by common materials that are often discarded, Dickason delivers a powerful yet beautiful comment on industry consumerism and the waste we create." This is taken form the show announcement for 3/3 opening....

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