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Winter Forest: Dogwood, 14H x 20W inches watercolors on coldpressed
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I enjoy the winding white vines cutting through the tangled colored variants in Winter Forest: Dogwood. It’s a compact piece visually, offering dense passages of saturated color. Without a horizon or traditional figure-ground relationship, the foliage is actually quite abstract. The title clues me into the subject, but the allover surface treatment also functions on a purely formal level. The larger proportion of yellow and green wash in the bottom right corner breaks up the warmer hue pattern, without anchoring the intertwined stems. I like seeing the range in your work, from presenting close up views of individual floral elements, to this more expansive approach. Predominating through your portfolio of paintings seems to be a sustained awareness of tension between order and chaos in nature. I was very happy to see you’d posted this new work, and hope there’s more to come.
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