Twig and Ink Series #38 Painting by Kim Beyer-Johnson

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Art Description

Painting: Watercolor, ink on Paper.

As with all my Twig and Ink Series pieces, I used a twig dipped in ink to create the figures and squares of the piece.

This piece, however, is a slight departure from many other pieces in the Twig and Ink Series. I was inspired by a trip to the Hammer Museum where I saw an exhibit of Joseph Holtzman. Holtzman's abstract work was sectioned off into areas -- a sort of "paintings within a painting" approach.

In this piece, confining the figures to their own square creates a sort of tension between unity and isolation that I find interesting. Are these figures interacting, or are the walls between them impenetrable? Again, as with all my work, the "real" story is left up to the viewer.



Twig and Ink Series #38

Kim Beyer-Johnson

United States


Size: 14 W x 11 H x 1 in

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