The continuing appeal of abstraction some hundred years after it was developed in France by the gods of art history — Picasso, Matisse, Braque and on and on — is both astounding and predictable. Astounding because, like hip-hop, it seems to be an inexhaustible source for newness; predictable because arrangements of color on a flat surface is a hard formula to beat when it comes to potential for visual appeal and infinite variations. Want proof? Consider how few... More >>>
"Tiddlywinks I," by Joan Moment, acrylic on canvas.