© Emilia Dubicki.

Each painting emerges from recollections of places seen and imagined, music and conversations heard, emotions, expectations and anticipation — all of it gets transferred onto the surface through color and structure. Painting is pulling stuff out of mental storage and adding to the supply at the same time. REW/FF: New Work by Emilia Dubicki 30 […]

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© Karen Schwartz.

What this painting confirms for me is that the painting process is an exchange between internal and externalized aspects of the artist’s subjective, emotional life. Intense looking and reacting to one’s own marks and moves on the canvas over time constitute the substance of that exchange. Ultimately, even when I start with a model, I […]

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© Katherine Bradford.

…I felt I’d gotten the light I wanted. It looked and felt like water at night. The layering and pale pink over dark purple created the effect of light bouncing off a surface and I recognized a kind of transparent glow that had happened in the course of painting the barges… Katherine Bradford, “Night Divers.” […]

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© Jim Herbert

The degree to which the painter is transformed by their process is the degree by which the viewer can be transformed by, or enabled to “enter,” the painting. It’s not a finite record or exchange, but in the face of that genuine and meaningful articulation of transformation, the viewer does feel it, does “know it.” […]

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© Arnold Mesches.

The more art I see—and I think in 41 years in the art environment in New York I have seen quite a bit of art—enigma is that aspect of an artist’s work that holds me the longest and the thing that separates one artist from the rest. But enigma does not necessarily make you very […]

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