Title

Abstract Paintings

Description/Abstract/Artist Statement

Experimentation is at the forefront of my studio practice. I am constantly challenged and inspired by the way paint reacts to itself and to the substrates I use. Imagery develops from the puddles of watered-down paint I leave overnight to dry. Often it takes multiple passes for the spills to take form. I also incorporate surrealist automatic drawing practices into my work. In this way I let the process develop the painting without starting with a preconceived plan.

Presenting Author Name/s

Ann-Claire Wood

Faculty Advisor/Mentor

Leigh Anne Chambers

College Affiliation

College of Arts & Letters

Presentation Type

Artwork

Disciplines

Art Practice

Session Title

Art Exhibit

Location

Learning Commons @ Perry Library

Start Date

3-19-2022 9:15 AM

End Date

3-19-2022 11:00 AM

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Abstract Paintings

Learning Commons @ Perry Library

Experimentation is at the forefront of my studio practice. I am constantly challenged and inspired by the way paint reacts to itself and to the substrates I use. Imagery develops from the puddles of watered-down paint I leave overnight to dry. Often it takes multiple passes for the spills to take form. I also incorporate surrealist automatic drawing practices into my work. In this way I let the process develop the painting without starting with a preconceived plan.