Meyer Riegger

Lesley Vance

In Lesley Vance’s watercolors color justifies itself and a kind of automatic drawing evolves stroke into shape and then the increasingly delicate description of space. The artist explores her own miasmic looseness. Sitting flat on top of (rather than absorbed into) smooth, vellum-like surfaces, the liquefied pigment looks still-watery and alive seeming. Brushwork is aleatory and intuitive, meandering line-work somewhat reminiscent of late de Kooning or Brice Marden with his inked stick. …

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