DIMENSIONS 30" x 30" MEDIUM archival pigment print
Limited edition of 50, 2015
Accompanied by certificate of authenticity signed and numbered by the artist
Appropriating its palette from the tiles of traditional Burgundy Roofs and its composition from a classic Kenneth Noland painting Inner Way, Ondine recalls the great Maurice Denis quote, “Remembering that a painting – before it become a war horse, a naked woman, or an anecdote – is essentially a flat surface covered with colors assembled in a certain order.” Also the title of a poem by the French Romantic poet Aloysius Bertrand, the originator of modern prose poetry, Ondine explores how the avant-garde can become widely accepted to the point of turning generic through the passage of time. It's a translation from Dijon to New York, from a decorative-formalist language to artistic formalism of post-painterly abstraction–functioning as both a tribute and a commentary on our consumption of culture.
Framing option is black or maple painted wood, .75" wide flat face and 1 1.25" deep, with UV acrylic glass.