Saturday, October 4, 2014


If painting is to be worth anything at all,  the artist should be given over to a fundamental skepticism concerning specific meaning, and replace  it with something far more fluid and  dynamic. While form may be seen as a tyrannical necessity and a sign of closure, the gesture of becoming brings a wholly subjective language to unfamiliar eyes without being mired in certainty. In this way the painter would be wise to seek an ill-fitting tension and live with that discomfort.

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