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Letting go of the constraints involved with creating an accurate or semi accurate depiction of a "thing" envelopes the bigger flow towards the mysterious—those things that are transcendent or possibly so. The limited knowing of the human senses must let go of its preconceived, overly drama ridden notions and embrace emptiness, transience, and fullness and eternity in one moment. Time and space keep shifting and moving in the undeniable direction so they must be eliminated through practice. The act of gestural abstraction (objective gestural painting) is to embue the object painting with the moment as well as the idea involved in the process of acting within the limited space of the canvas.
Painting:Watercolor on Paper
Size:22 W x 24 H x 0.1 D in
Packaging:Ships in a Box
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Steven Plount (b. 1952) is an American Painter who has traveled in India and currently lives and works in the Pacific Northwest, USA. His painter’s practice began professionally in the early 1980s. His interest and study in art and art history started in the mid-1960s with oil painting, drawing, and ceramics from local artists in his home town. He holds an MFA in Painting from Pratt Institute. He has created an eclectic body of work over the span of 30 years that includes magical realism: Tantric and Vedanta subjects inspired from travels and people of India: works exploring the grid and minimalism (via Agnes Martin, Mondrian, Sean Scully, Mark Rothko, Joan Mitchell, computer wireframes): landscapes, floral, and traditional subject matter (via Georgia O’Keeffe, George Inness, Indian Pahari Miniatures, Monet, Van Gogh, Gaugin): and works exploring Native American visual forms and crafts (from years of living in the American Southwest at the end of the 20th Century). His work has evolved through years of study and life lived. The richness and depth found in, both, Eastern and Western painting traditions and technique have enabled him to progress to his current level of creativity seen and felt in these late gestural color field abstractions involving horizontal grids and stripes. These late works, are imbued with the hand and spirit of the artist and all that has gone before in both art history and his own lived history. A raucous and odd path along the treacherous byways of the material world. A painter’s path following the American tradition of painting that insists on the spiritual in art from George Inness to Mark Rothko.
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