Robyn Denny on abstract painting


“‘Abstract painting, that is painting that is not about subject matter, if it is any good should be as diverse, and complex, and strange and unaccountable and unnameable as an experience, as any painting of any consequence has been in the past. A painting celebrates a unique kind of human experience, and no human experience is simple or repeatable or has only one kind of meaning. A painting of any consequence will contain innumerable levels of interpretation as any human experience will. Some levels will remain concealed and only reveal themselves later as a result of parallel human situations.” ~ Robyn Denny

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