“The act of painting something that isn’t there visually, of finding a harmony between a developed technique and a state of mind can be unsettling for an artist. Take Coalson’s 2010 picture ‘Am.’ ‘This one was a gestalt. It just came and went. It didn’t get built up like the others. It didn’t segue between the other pieces. It just happened,’ she says. . . .”
Read Ann Poore’s interview with Carolyn Coalson HERE.