Ile St. Paul (a very remote possession of France in the Indian Ocean), is here completely divorced from anything but visual/graphic aspects through repetition and color. While nominally “representational” (showing the actual coastline of the island and of its glistening caldera wall), the seemingly arbitrary colors and swirls of the piece work as “abstract” art.
(The title is a reference to the pictured landmass not being the city of Saint Paul, Minnesota, U.S.A.)
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Acrylic on stretched canvas (18″x36″, 3/4″ spreaders)
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