Minimal art: New Süfnex series of paintings

April 29th, 2008 | No Comments

Here for you is some fresh-off-the-griddle goodness, my latest paintings in the Süfnex series. Just put the finishing touches on them, as a matter of fact.

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Left to right: Süfnex Seibu 4, Süfnex Solaris, and Süfnex Seibu 3. I painted them Sunday (Apr 27) through this evening (Apr 29) … in about 54 hours.

Each of these recent explorations of minimal art measures 10 inches square and is acrylic on canvas, as usual.

Keeping the creative energies going, flowing through my speakers over the past couple of days have been these remarkable recordings:

Dandelion Gum by Black Moth Super Rainbow. Utterly phenomenal!

Pop Artificiel by Lassigue Bendthaus … which was brought on by the aforementioned album.

Also, I am reading Minimalism: Origins by Edward Strickland … a very well-written survey of how minimal art, music, etc. came about in the United States in the mid-20th century. I also have my hands on a pile of CSS books, because I’m getting ready to redesign The functionality will remain the same … just need to start making it look a bit jazzier.

Other from that, things are going well. Can’t wait to cook up more new designs and paintings soon. Until then, I wish you happiness and the causes of happiness.

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