Tag Archives: Abstraction

Jeanne Heifetz – Brooklyn, NY

Briefly describe the work that you do. I have several distinct bodies of work, but I think of them all as dimensional drawing. In my current body of work I use thin layers of slate or quartzite as the substrate, much like … Continue reading

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Beti Bricelj – Postojna, Slovenia

Briefly describe the work that you do. I am dealing with geometrical abstraction. I find myself constantly in the process of exploration, searching for new solutions of composition and color, which uncovers new options and new opportunities for the next series … Continue reading

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Mary Bucci McCoy – Boston, Massachusetts

Briefly describe the work that you do. I make intimate, abstract acrylic paintings on rectilinear and vertical oval panels that synthesize oblique references to the body and the landscape on both macro and micro levels through form, color, and material. … Continue reading

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Marcy Rosenblat – Brooklyn, New York

Briefly describe the work that you do. These paintings are essentially process paintings that bring to mind aspects of concealment and revelation. The subject is left intentionally ambiguous in order to initiate associations of what it means to cover or … Continue reading

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Giovanni Giacoia – Cambridge, Massachusetts

Briefly describe the work that you do. In two months, I will finish my MFA studies at Boston University. I work primarily with drawing, painting and printmaking. My older paintings were more figurative; I was interested in creating images of … Continue reading

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Daniel DeLuna – Rochester, New York

Briefly describe the work that you do. I create work consisting of paintings, drawings, digital video and stills that engage with the history of abstraction as filtered through and informed by the pervasive influence of technology on contemporary culture. At … Continue reading

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