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How Hummingbird?

Yesterday I saw a show by Patrick Howlett. It fit well with my recent thoughts on Stella because Howlett’s work is also distinguished by sheer pictorial invention. Abstraction should not mean but be, to paraquote a famous poet. The largest … Continue reading

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Ribbons

One of the pieces reproduced on this blog shows how interlacing is present in my Islands. As with internal articulation of the forms, it is implied but not completely visible. But now I see that one value of my watercolors … Continue reading

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A Line

Fictions within and illusions without; what counts in art lives and moves between them. Jan Verwoert called it an edge, but in art it is more properly a line, or a drawing. Because the paint is poured, my drawings grow … Continue reading

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