Daniel Kany, art historian, art critic and freelance writer wrote in Art Review in August 2013 about Joanne Freeman, saying about her work:
"Walking into the main gallery of the University of Maine Museum of Art and being greeted by Joanne Freeman's work is like sitting back after a hard day and turning on some great music; on the one hand, it's calm and relaxed, but it also moves. Some things transport you by changing the place you are in to precisely where you want to be. This is what Freeman's paintings do."
This dyptich oil on shaped canvas was produced with tape and employs hard edges.
The controlled lines are made from the sweep of Freeman's arm and relate to her own body proportions.
She sets down a line and again builds upon it. Color choices now influence her next move. The interior lines of the painting can mimic the exterior supports of the canvas.
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About The Artist
Joanne Freeman is an American contemporary artist born in 1954. She is known for her abstract, minimalist and reductive paintings.Read More
About The Gallery
160 FERNHEAD ROAD,
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