The Providence Journal Art Spotlight, September 16th, 2010

Abstraction, realism together in Newport exhibit

Contrary to popular opinion, abstract art and realistic art aren’t mutually exclusive. Instead, they’re more like two sides of the same coin – or better yet, two ends of the same visual spectrum. Granted some artists lean more toward one end of the spectrum than the other, but the basic building blocks of art – solids and voids, geometric shapes and patterns, colors – are the same whether your name is Rembrandt or Renoir, Whistler or Warhol.

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