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Space, Lived: The Art of Lisa Traxler

Here is one way a painting can be made. A painter makes a gestural mark on a surface. This is reflected upon for a moment, and then another mark is made in reaction to it. This process is elaborated upon until the painter is satisfied in some way. A point is reached where the painter decides to leave off. (read more...)

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Lisa Traxler – an artist in context

Throughout the modernist revolution the arts of painting and sculpture have often acted in plastic accord and creative tandem, the one informing or reacting to the other. Nowhere was this more in evidence than in the work of Picasso, the twentieth century’s most astonishingly inventive and restless artist. (read more...)