“A painting may start out with a well planned idea or no real clear direction at all. In either case, during the ‘process’ of creation, a concept becomes visual and tangible. Like it or not, the artist’s understanding of art history and the artist’s awareness of the current avant-garde are also factors. And finally, there is the painting itself.

I am interested in the visual dialogue between all of these.

In the end, artistic judgment and the ability to listen with your eyes to what the painting is saying, trusting the painting, following its rhythm and working in tandem with it – all these help the artist and art become one.” – John Borys, Contemporary American Artist http://www.johnborys.com/

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