obliterated she just wanted to blend in: 08/01/2002 - 09/01/2002

she just wanted to blend in

the use of hands as a form of meditation


she scratched
Say to yourselves: I am going to work in order to see myself and free myself. While working and in the work I must be on the alert to see myself. When I see myself in the work I will know that that is the work I am supposed to do. I will not have much time for other people’s problems. I will have to be by myself almost all the time and it will be a quiet life.” Agnes Martin‚ Writings--agnes martin--Though her work superficially belongs to the history of Minimalism, Martin considers her paintings the abstract expression of positive inner states of existence. --AGNES MARTIN, on a clear day-- The Agnes Martin Gallery exhibits a series of seven paintings by Agnes Martin, internationally acclaimed artist and Taos resident. --Praise is one of Agnes Martin's many configurations of the grid--an almost life-long dedication to the inimalist form. --A G N E S M A R T I N untitled--I would rather think of humility than anything else.. . . Agnes Martin 1973 --The first question with Agnes Martin is, are you a believer, or a dissenter? --When I think of art I think of beauty. Beauty is the mystery of life. It is not in the eye it is in the mind. In our minds there is awareness of perfection. -Agnes Martin --A grid connotes regulation and regularity, and therefore the human hand: natural forms as uniform as these patterns of evenly spaced horizontal and vertical straight lines are seldom visible to the unaid eye. --Art of Invisibility, The Clear, Moving Work of Agnes Martin.--I visited Agnes Martin at her residence in Taos, New Mexico. As a major figure in contemporary art, I expected her to live in splendor. Instead, I found her to be living what appeared to be a marginal lifestyle. She lived in an ordinary one-bedroom apartment in a humble retirement village. --Martin always liked a good car--A Reexamination of the Grid in the Art of Agnes Martin--Agnes Martin is like sitting with the Buddha. I realized her work is like a meditation and her writing, which was very important to me, stems from Buddhism. --Agnes Martin at the biennale di venezia--"Praise" 1990 Agnes Martin Minimalism

red bird art--All images copyright 2001 Susan Synarski--Icon: Small = Beautiful-- - scratchboard illustration --Barbara Pollak Illustration--sue mell goes to florence--Am I walking under water Or is the shark flying? It doesn't matter We've both stopped trying--Bill Davenport's Homepage--Writing, Poetry, Visual Poetry, Sound Poetry. --art/healing links--
"Sufi painting illustrating the symbolic connection between sex and death" via plep--sarah fishburn altered books via gmtPlus9--Pocket Art Pieces --Hand-Altered Polaroid Photographs by Cynthia Davis via reconstructed mind--homunculus via nonharmful--September 11 Quilts is a memorial via artkrush--CLICK ON ILLUSTRATION FOR DETAIL VIEW--Since 1994 Second Story has created over 40 interactive features on subjects ranging from the visual arts, architecture, and music to history, geography and the sciences. --nick wiggins illustration--Jacqueline Dedell, Inc., has been representing many of the world's finest illustrators and photographers for over 25 years. --isabela samaras painting----Hal Mayforth shows you his humorous illustration

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