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Art I Wish I Could Live With…

This art amazes me.  The artist is Paul Jenkins, 86 years old, who started studying art at the Art Student’s League in New York City the year before I was born. His technique has been called “controlled paint pouring.” The paint may have made contact with canvas but it has not stopped moving since. I am moved with it.

Enjoy the viewing here and visit his website www.pauljenkins.net for more.

Most recent to earliest work….

Phenomena of Elliptical Reckoning, 2007, acrylic on canvas, 73X64 in

Phenomena of Elliptical Reckoning, 2007, acrylic on canvas, 73X64 in

Phenomena Blue Held Over, 1975, acrylic on canvas 75X118 in

Phenomena Blue Held Over, 1975, acrylic on canvas 75X118 in

Phenomena Tibetan Flange, 1973, acrylic on canvas 66X74 in

Phenomena Tibetan Flange, 1973, acrylic on canvas 66X74 in

Phenomena Over Albi, 1960, oil and enamel on canvas 77X51in

Phenomena Over Albi, 1960, oil and enamel on canvas 77X51in

from the biography on his website: An ongoing interest in Eastern religions and philosophy, the study of the I Ching, along with the writings of Carl Jung prompted Jenkins’ turn toward inward reflection and mysticism which have dominated his aesthetic as well as his life.

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