My painting, “Betwix and Between” was recently included in the Harwood Art Center’s (ABQ) 6th Annual 12×12 Fundraising Exhibit held on Friday, December 2, 2012. 12×12 is a unique event where artworks donated by esteemed artists are sold to the public to benefit the innovative community arts program for children, teens, adults and families. Click here to read the weekly Alibi’s article for information on the event.
“Betwix” is part of my ongoing work using interference paint. Interference colors offer a unique “interference flip.” When viewed from different perspectives, interference colors flip between a bright opalescent color and its complement. Interference colors offer not just one “flip”, but multiple tones between two points on a spectrum. Interference colors offer a range of reflective properties and interplay with light. As my monochromatic paintings reflect the colors that epitomize the places of my travels. My intention for using interference paints is to both enhance and mystify the “stories” of these places.