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Flowscape in 4 Colors II
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Flowscape in 4 Colors II Painting

Kathryn Hanson

United States

Painting, Acrylic on Paper

Size: 18 W x 18 H x 1 D in

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Most of my art today centers around the contrasts between the organic and artificial. As our environment becomes digitized, tame, domesticated, manageable, reminders of our true world, the analog, the unexpected are desirable. This is a contemplative piece. The perspective and meaning is dependent on the viewer and certain aspects of the work may appear to change over time. This art was inspired by the undulations that can be found all around us, particularly in stone and water. There are small inclusions in red on a field of whites, ochers, and yellows with flowing black calligraphy. I heavily modify my acrylic paints so that they will "flow" well together, yet retain some of their own color and character. The process of "painting" these works on paper usually takes a couple of days, but is dependent on drying conditions. Drying the piece thereafter and finishing it with a semi gloss or matte layer takes much longer. These works take up to a month or longer to cure.

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Painting:Acrylic on Paper

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:18 W x 18 H x 1 D in

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'Now' is inspiring. This moment in time that we share. It is singular, and before you can acknowledge it, that moment is mere history. Beyond that, people you don't know, natural and contrived events, even theorethical physics are synergistic to my art. Also, my friends and fellow artists collaborate to some extent. Yet, I believe it is important to allow others to make their art without feeling the need to repeat what they've done. It is more difficult than most imagine to have a truly unique idea! So when I am in the studio, I do not attend art shows or museums or allow for much visual input from other artists. I do use music to help me maintain my focus. It's a long playlist that ranges from experimental and electroacoustic to classical, if we must use genres. Of course, since some of my work appears to be and/or is poured, many people think that i must be inspired by Pollack, de Kooning, Frankenthaler, Hayter, even Kandinsky. Maybe so, but not at a conscious level. Abstract expressionists may very well share the desire to share the interactive process of developing a painting that best captures 'the moment', but each has their own approach to sharing that visually. To be fair I wish for a studio like those of Pollack or Franknthaler's! Nevertheless, I thank a long heritage of artists whose works have made abstract expressionistic work accessible to non-artists. They have inspired us all, quite literally, through their actions.

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