I look at the edges of things. The eccentric and unpredictable shapes found in unexpected places, the puddles and pools of spilled paint and the overlooked doodle found in the margins of a notebook, the swooping lines of tar patching the asphalt after a hard winter.
Older work explores unselfconscious doodles – a universal yet mysterious language. More recently, I use paint spills as a starting point for a series of new work on paper that I began on a residency at Sanskriti Foundation in India this year.
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- Marilyn Kalish, Artist and Co-Director of Vault Gallery
- Ellyn M. Moller, Director of Milton Art Museum
- Evan Neely, Art History Professor (Sarah Lawrence College, Pratt, Columbia)