How about a little TBT? Here’s one from the canon that was influenced by light and architecture.
was an illustrative painter for most of his career. He evolved into a surrealist and started painting some really great ovals in the ’60s that look like Buddhist prayer mandalas.
A friend of mine picked up some Peter’s work recently.
Like Amy, some artists can write (and curate), too.
Below is the newest in Kes’ IG feed.
The online edition of Artforum nods to a recent showing of this painter’s work.
I love me some artwork about light.
You know you look at a lot of art when you get excited about seeing an artist you think is new to you in another artist’s feed and then you search them on IG and you already follow them.
I’ve followed Paul on IG and see he is in Chrysalistasis with Amy.
Ying would probably say these are abstractions and not abstraction. Buttery goodness regardless. From #hyperallergic (of course).
Seeing the cover of the new Alice Trumbull Mason monograph inspired me to reflect on some of my favs.
Is, like Gemma and Kudditji, an Australian icon of abstraction.
Structure and Imagery notes Kudditji’s newest.
More (highly encouraged reading!)