Anodyne
Saturday, January 09, 2016
 

Chocolate Factory Cactus Garden, 2016

Frank Stella in conversation: "There are some things that are not that fabulous in a certain way, but I like the variety and the way they move. I think it changed my idea about abstraction or about what I was doing. Abstraction didn't have to be limited to a kind of rectilinear geometry or even a simple curve geometry. It could have a geometry that had a narrative impact. In other words, you could tell a story with the shapes. It wouldn't be a literal story, but the shapes and the interaction of the shapes and colors would give you a narrative sense. You could have a sense of an abstract piece flowing along and being part of an action or activity."
 

Whitney Wash Tree, 2016
 

Brave fellow climbers, Nevada.

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