Monday, March 30, 2015

The Collection of Hours

Enamel on cradled board, 19" x 24" x 1.5"
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Here's a painting in my alternate, less realist, "style". Works like this are begun without any notion of what the result will be. Ideas and imagery come out of the process of moving paint around on the surface. This way of working can frustrate--it often feels like painting blindfolded. But it can be exciting, too--a process of discovery. Painting only what one can think of usually ends up being predictable and boring.

I can't accurately re-trace the steps that led to this dry-docked boat sitting in a rather surreal looking landscape. But I like how the piece seems to raise more questions than answers. It leaves room for many interpretations.

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