J. M. Culver

“The smoothness of charcoal and tactility of acrylic/oil evokes and blurs forms to create solidity and space. Large white expanses suggest the transitive nature of memory juxtaposed against anxiously marked areas of visual and psychological interest. Aggressive marks, erasures, and veils of acrylic/oil create realistic and abstract moments frozen in time.”
– J.M. Culver

"Attachment" by J.M. Culver

 

When I finish my figure drawing class this spring,
I want to be Jessica M. Culver.

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