The Correspondence of Color (Gallery 2)

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Marking the artists sixth solo exhibition with the gallery, Damon Freed presents a series of nonobjective abstract paintings titled The Correspondence of Color. Damon Freed works in a multitude of styles. Each style plays a role in his language to express color more fully. In this series the paintings began stylistically through systematic ideation. They were mathematically composed by using different proportions of mixing the paint and by way of a ruler to measure out the compositions. The visual spectrum he uses is blue, red, yellow, orange, green, and violet plus black and white; otherwise known as the primary and secondary spectrum. He also mixes tertiaries when needed. At present he works with color to satisfy his desire to paint more fully with it and has been working on a book concerning this for three years now.

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