Monday, September 16, 2013

a dreamy line between representation and abstraction

Nice write up in Chicago Artists Resource: "Wolfe’s richly colored canvases walk a dreamy line between representation and abstraction, while reflecting rhythms of poetry and the basic geometry of natural forms. Wolfe, a poet herself, says of her work, “Many years ago, I read that out of three basic shapes: square, triangle and circle, come all natural form. My work comes from what is most fundamental; it is a forming and disintegration of deceptive simplicity.”"

more about Nancy Wolfe's opening at which Frances is reading:

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