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Comment by James MacMahon on March 23, 2015 at 12:45pm

Thanks. I find I am better off when I help the work create itself.

Comment by Resident Curator on March 22, 2015 at 9:01pm

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I delight in your ongoing outpouring of creative energy- and the admission that this particular piece was created quickly, with minimal brushstrokes.  Despite its economy of overall shape and form, I appreciate the complexity of the small articulations within each section; punctuating the movement and contrast between the black pigment and organic pinkish-red color.  At first glance, Dancer appears to contain anatomical or muscular elements, perhaps because of the striations and biomorphic contours in the fleshy red areas.  The arcing arm or curved tail at the top of the dancer breaks away from the viewers’ further efforts to make out actual limbs, and instead understand the unaltered movement defines the subject.  This body of work is invigorating and fresh.

 

Comment by James MacMahon on February 23, 2015 at 11:02pm

Three brush strokes, two colors and nine minutes.

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