Tag Archives: COLOR

FaceOff: Pt. 3

Fred Tomaselli, Night Music for Raptors, 2011, Collage, acrylic and resin on wood panel, 60" x 60" (Photographer: Erma Estwick © The Artist / Courtesy James Cohan Gallery, New York/Shanghai)

Oh color, what an unpredictable beast you are. Some people smell it, some people hear it, and others don’t know which to choose so they throw them all in there. Although associations with color have mutated over time as we’ve become a more secular society, they still possess an emotional persistence that can make them nostalgic, cold, or inviting. These two shows investigate color’s role in the visual experience.… Continue reading »

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Painter’s Palette: Interview with Jacob Ouillette

Ouillette, Calliope, 2011, oil/canvas, 48"x60"

Interview with Jacob Ouillette who showed at Nancy Margolis Gallery from October 20th until November 26th, 2011 at 523 West 25th Street, New York, NY

Ouillette, Calliope, 2011, oil/canvas, 48"x60"

Megan M. Garwood (MMG):  What is a brushstroke to you?

Jacob Ouillette (JO): To me, it is many things.  In the first place, the brushstroke is the embodiment of an idea or feeling.  It is a voice.  The Brushstroke is … Continue reading »

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