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As for myself, my style has changed over the past 30 years and currently has settled into abstracts. The reason abstract painting has ended up making sense to me was simply if I paint long enough, I finally get to the point where I realize I'm involved with something that doesn't serve any language. Instead it becomes a big concept of how much and how little I can paint into each painting. It reminds me of something I heard: "A French woman gets completely dressed and then removes one thing." The concept intrigues me. It's about restraint, about how much is enough to reveal your intentions, your meaning. Abstract painting is not worth looking at unless it has that higher road of meaning and clearly communicates the artist's intentions and to do it with removing one thing.
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