Deborah Remington studied with Clyfford Still and Elmer Bischoff at the California School of Fine Arts ( now The San Francisco Art Institute). Remington’s earlier work was tied to more traditional abstract painting, her signature works have never been part of any school or movement and hence the culture of stylistic diversity finally provides a more receptive audience.
“By altering her imagery to suit the medium and scale of her drawings, the central schema becomes asymmetric and increasingly segmented, as compared to her paintings. The graphite surface is velvety, giving the drawings a sense of
touch and warmth. The light seems warmer as well, as though lit by incandescent bulbs rather than fluorescents, which otherwise light the paintings externally.” – —Jay Gorney, New York, May 2015
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