#67 – Tuesday June 26th
Many of my objects are temporary constructs, components assembled and taken apart, pieces used and reused. The larger works find their home in my garden and once there, inevitably fall prey to the elements. I’m bewitched by the transient nature of these experiments, and within the process of their disintegration, coupled with eventual additions, subtractions and simple discardings, are the beginnings of a painting.
Two of the out-door objects found their way back into the studio this week, having endured numerous adjustments, and years of life standing vigilant in the garden. They have earned the right to be considered a paintings equal.
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