A Physician’s Eye for Abstraction
In my painting I use fundamental, geometric shapes: squares, rectangles, triangles, and an occasional circle as a kind of vocabulary. I arrange the forms to interplay with one another. I use color to fill the forms or highlight the forms and create other interactions. You can think of dances or music with rhythms and back and forth exchanges. Sometimes the space is intentionally ambiguous- what’s in front; what’s behind?
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Credits to Contributor: Elizabeth Upton