Saturday, November 16, 2013



New ideas are germinating in the studio.  I have been doing lots of small graphite drawings in preparation for new paintings that I have planned.  These drawings show my interest in the dissolution of boundaries:  I want all the forms to be in a process of becoming, or transitioning, or fading away.  No lines, no edges, everything melting onto/into the surface, dissolving all points of view onto the surface, and bringing landscape influences toward a non-objective context.  I am seeking to represent a vibration of form, light, and shadow -- a vibration that I sense in nature and the landscape, but without specific references.



Dara Mark said...

These are lovely and definitely speak to your intentions. I'm fascinated by your idea of exploring the dissolution/becoming state!

Diane McGregor said...

Thanks, Dara - this work is very compelling for me right now. I'm excited about this new focus!