Tag Archives: Abstracts

Abstract images in weathered paint remind me of Diebenkorn!

Many diverse images caught my eye and imagination this past week. Some were found in the details of boat bottoms in the commercial and sport fishing fleet docked in Princeton Harbor.  The stories contained in the peeling paint and rusting … Continue reading

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February week 3 – explosive new shapes and possibilities.

In 1958, just a few years after graduating from Princeton, Frank Stella began his groundbreaking “black paintings.” These austere works were composed of parallel stripes determined by the proportions of the canvas and the width of the paintbrush. They had … Continue reading

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April Week 3 – In the most unsuspecting places

Beauty and form can often be seen in the most unsuspecting places: rusting cars, dilapidated farm equipment, weathered roofs, reflected objects, spilled milk, and countless other overlooked objects. I don’t think of my images as photographs, but rather as ‘art’ … Continue reading

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