A painting that is an act is inseparable from the biography of the artist – Harold Rosenburg (1949) I continue to explore the 48×48 size from the composition of Untitled 0.26 and 0.35 . I worked on this painting at the same time of its cousin, 0.35. These compositions are extensions of the Untitled 5.0 series.Read more "Untitled 0.36 48×48 (Oil on Canvas)"
I wanted to explore different sizes of Untitled 0.26. Both 0.35 and 0.36 are 48×48. The color and emotional connection comes directly from the Untitled 5.0 series. The connection and interpretation is up to the observer. Intentional. Reflection. Varied.Read more "Untitled 0.35 48×48 (Oil on Canvas)"
…painting is a medium in which the mind can actualize itself – Robert Motherwell (1944) Working with only primary colors opens up some wonderful ways to create a neutral palette. I began to work with grey with the brush with specific color values in mind. Depth. Cool. Evening.Read more "Untitled 0.34 48×48 (Oil on Canvas) – SOLD"
The modern painter is not inspired by anything visible, but only by something he hasn’t seen yet… In short, he begins with nothingness. That is the only thing he copies. The rest he invents. – Harold Rosenberg (1952) We had a few days of Fall weather and the early morning chill makes me very happy. […]Read more "Untitled 0.33 48×48 (Oil on Canvas) – SOLD"
No possible set of notes can explain our paintings. Their explanation must come out of a consummated experience between picture and onlooker. – Adolph Gottlieb and Mark Rothko (1944) Brushwork continues on 48×48 canvases. The simple change of color invokes an emotional response that is powerful. Hopeful. Happy. Anxious.Read more "Untitled 0.32 48×48 (Oil on Canvas)"
There are moments in our lives, there are moments in a day, when we seem to see beyond the usual. Such are the moments of our greatest happiness. Such are the moments of our greatest wisdom. If one could but recall his vision by some sort of sign. It was in this hope that the […]Read more "Untitled 0.31 48×48 (Oil on Canvas)"
For an artist to be interesting to us he must have been interesting to himself. He must have been capable of intense feeling, and capable of profound contemplation. – Robert Henri Originally, I thought my technique would only include the knife, but I’ve recently really enjoyed using a brush. It takes good physical effort on […]Read more "Untitled 0.30 (48×48, Oil on Canvas)"