Architectural spaces and details have always been the starting point for my work. It has seemed logical to use geometric forms to describe the essentials of architectural space and volume.
I consider atmosphere, light, material, scale, pattern, volume, solids and voids in the work. By combining drawing and painting, ambiguous places are created; the immeasurable spaces are almost tangible and can be entered and negotiated with a sense of disorientation.
The paintings are approached as constructions. Development of surface and texture is important to the process; layering and scraping expose the underlying history and foundation of each piece. Combining matte and glazed surfaces contributes to a sense of light and transparency juxtaposed against geometric structure.
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email Jill Weber