Painting, Marlin by Joan Mitchell (1925-1992)


Sometimes art can be very simple. Sometimes art is just pleasure in which rationality needs not to participate. Sometimes I like to imagine a painting being done backwards-- the color rubbing itself on a brush, or paint jumping out of the canvas and into a bucket. I like the feeling of opening here, the direction of the strokes, the sharpness of the color. I find this beautiful.

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