"My work concerns itself with color – color playing the range of atmospheric to saturation. The paintings combine the intuitive with a formal structure built with veils of color created from marks and stenciled forms to create an all-over pattern referencing the garden, natural patterns, and textiles. The single panel square paintings address the nature of gardening, being in a garden, and looking at a garden from many different angles. Jackson Pollack once said when asked what his paintings are about, 'you don’t look at a garden and ask what the garden is about'." -Sally Bowring

  • Framed: 35.5 x 35.5 in
  • Subject Matter: Floral
  • Created: 2005
  • Collections: Center Lobby
 
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