Paintings / Bilder 001-057
“[…] what is important to him is allowing form to arise and to disappear, to emerge and to subside […]”
Max Raphael’s observations about Goya’s and Frans Hals’s painting style also applies to Pat Rosenmeier: painting is a constant modelling with colour for all of them.
Rosenmeier uses very moist acrylic paint; the canvases are placed on the floor and the picture is just a short distance away. These are the circumstances in which she makes decisions: to stop or to continue painting. Everything looks different when the paint has dried. Rosenmeier paints in the no-man’s land of invisibility, as it were, in which the degree of nuances increases and visibility decreases with every layer.
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