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  • Deb Puretz

Covid Art 52: Party Pinata!

Around 1995, as an antidote to all the cerebral semiconductor wafer experiments I was doing, I poured gesso on handmade paper. Some were elegant to leave as poured: others I dolled up with Tomboy pens. They became so whimsical, so fun, that I can’t help but think of Wassily Kandinski and his peers having fun with paints 90 years ago. Kandinski had a secret language behind his movements but I don’t. My freedom of movement with the viscous gesso was just joyful dancing with my arms.

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