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Giane Painting

Janine Brown

United States

Painting, Acrylic on Masonite

Size: 24 W x 27 H x 1 D in

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I collaged acrylic painted pieces of watercolor paper onto masonite panels. and then fastened the panels securely together. I like to work with paper because I can cut it up, layer it, use it to create texture, experiment with different types of paper, paint transparently on it, paint opaquely on it, paint over what I’ve painted, rip it, cut it, fold it, hinge it, draw with ink, glue it onto wood panels or museum board, cut up the museum board and paint it again. I like to work with acrylic because I can work quickly, layer it, use mediums to make it transparent or dry slower, then rub it off. Use a brush, a rag, the edge of cardboard. Because I love color. Because I can work with monochrome or contrast, bright or subtle, textured or smooth. I like to work with lines and simple shapes because I can create a simple composition, then keep tweaking the color to create spaciousness, luminosity, and presence.

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Painting:Acrylic on Masonite

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:24 W x 27 H x 1 D in

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I grew up in Los Angeles, California and after receiving a degree in Art Practice from the University of California, I have made my home and studio in Berkeley. I am inspired by the arts and philosophies of traditional Asia, as well as by minimalists such as Agnes Martin and Robert Mangold. I like to work with lines and simple shapes because I can create a simple composition, then keep tweaking the color to create spaciousness, luminosity, and presence. As I go too far in one direction, I am drawn back to a different approach--slowly filling out the circle from pattern to simplicity, rich color to monochrome, smooth to varied texture, spontaneity to restraint. Aiming for emptiness and fullness. Repetition and variation. Time after time. Exploration of how paint on a flat surface can embody the energy of this moment.

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