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Comment by Resident Curator on August 29, 2011 at 6:06pm

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I like the immediacy of Divine Intervention 11, intersected with a more methodical plotting of loosely circular shapes.  The circles are chain- like in their reaching linkage- teetering as the broken line arcs upwards.  The lines nicely balance the fields of color, as the dripping paint is absorbed into broader passages of semi-translucency.  Rawness contradicts the calm, and creates a complex and compelling dynamic. The deep pink and green pigments are intense but also softly manipulated without harshly divided edges.  Again, it seems a play between opposites.  The title also suggests spiritual logic to describe otherwise unforeseen or controlled events.  Similarly, I appreciate your piece Don’t You see the two ZEROS because of its analogous interplay between color field and line.  But Divine Intervention, for me, has more depth and a soaking color and light.  Because of its vacillation between opacity and transparency, I‘m less aware of the actual ground (canvas, or texture).

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