materials: foam, polyethylene, oil, plastic, caulk, acrylic, and soil.
24″x48″ oil, latex, foam, acrylic, polyurethane, soil on canvas
This one is getting close to being finished, but who knows – it was completely different last week, it may be again. “Earthwound” oil, foam, latex, urethane on canvas 24″x36″
The edge as a demarcation between what goes on in the work and what goes on elsewhere is no longer necessary. With the mineralized painting there are no edges. The limitation of size stops the expanding of the field but this limit is arbitrary. The impact area could extend indefinitely. Size and scale are notContinue reading “Painting with No Edges”
Here is a work in progress. Materials include soil, foam, polymerized siloxanes, oil, polyol resin, and latex paint. Dimensions are 48″x24″
Geopainting appears as a field of force. It appears as an emergent structure of instant impacts. It seems to be an image but not a picture – it appears not as a picture of anything, only an image of itself. The image appears as landscape landing itself, where land becomes a verb, a doing, activityContinue reading “Geopainting”