Thursday, August 30, 2012

New Horizons

In the mid 70s I followed up on my earlier Horizons series (see Divided Canvases) with a group of large paintings consisting wholly of bands of stained, flowing color in the foreground against a clear, sky like background, with no attempt at perspective or other gestural accents.  
These can be seen as abstract landscapes or not, depending on the interpretation of the viewer.  Here are two examples from 1976.

Dawson City Horizon

The Great Yukon Gold Rush
images ©Richard D. Perry All rights reserved

These paintings are for sale. Dimensions and prices given on request:

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