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May 31, 2023 to July 1, 2023




“All matter comes from a primary substance, the luminiferous ether, the God Breath”.

Each painting in this series is a study in contradiction, following a repetitive process: think, feel, act, refine, wash away, and repeat. These process pieces are deeply rooted in the art history of women artists such as Agnes Martin, Eva Hesse, Pat Steir, and Margaret Shirley, who created through a similar methodology.
I have always admired the painting of Gerhard Richter, James Lavadour, and Stephen Hayes, their ability to build surfaces and move pigment never ceases to amaze me. The drawings of Wes Mills, D.E. May, and Veja Celmins have deeply influenced my watercolors and drawings.

The initial image in each painting serves as an anchor or starting point and is printed behind glass. The glass surface is then destroyed with acid, followed by the application and destruction of thin layers of paint and text. This process is repeated until the paintings are deemed complete.
To establish a tighter structure than usual, I predetermined the arrangement of text lines and the number of layers and colors to be used. I was curious to see what would emerge from this approach, as sometimes more structure can paradoxically lead to greater artistic freedom.