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April 09, 2009


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These works seem to create a tension between the "block" of color and form and the wildness of the actual event depicted. An, perhaps, this keep the illusionary aspect of painting at the for front of the work. It is hard to look into the work to gain more understanding about a fire, but what can be seen is, potentially, man's need to contain nature.

I enjoyed following Kepler's eye through this review.

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