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Balance this came up randomly on the site today, and I became attracted to the contrasting figure-ground relationship. The tendrils emanating from the organic figures connects them visually, and yet creates a taught visual design. The “balance” referenced in the title is evidenced by forms tumbling along multiple linear paths. The sharp articulation of their edges creates a foreground-background illusion of space, while the piece as a whole reads as a non-objective composition. Jay Zerbe’s earlier comment resonated with me only after I re-familiarized myself with our larger body of work. I agree that the mood of this piece is whimsical, and does not share the muscular attention to anatomy shared by many of your other paintings. But I can also see connections to biological organisms- perhaps on a more microscopic level. Please do consider posting some of your new work- I would like to see how it has evolved.
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The State We’re In
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