Compass IV Angle 2 Painting by Connie Goldman

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Painting: Oil, Paint, Wood on Wood.

Using a reductive vocabulary that emphasizes the importance of space, rhythm, structure, and relations, I make works of art that are concrete approximations of my experiences.

The tendency toward stability opposes the urge toward independence and growth. My work evokes this dynamic. Each of my pieces is analogous to the rhythmic and contradictory forces of stasis and flux that propel my world toward constancy and change.

A shift or change can happen seismically. A shift can occur incrementally. What I’ve learned is that life is constant change. There’s no chance of escaping the push and pull of time and nature. Human nature and all natural processes both resist and embrace the ebb and flow of existence. Just when equilibrium appears to be achieved, a shift occurs and the scale is tipped once again.

Life moves on…


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Compass IV Angle 2

Connie Goldman

United States

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Size: 32 W x 32 H x 3 in

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