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When Don was a young artist, he was given a book about Frank Loyd Wright's houses. he was attracted to the stark geometric shapes against the untamed, almost abstract, natural background that he observed, especially in many of the photos of the Falling Water house. Architectural and geometric shapes have influence… Read More
When Don was a young artist, he was given a book about Frank Loyd Wright's houses. he was attracted to the stark geometric shapes against the untamed, almost abstract, natural background that he observed, especially in many of the photos of the Falling Water house. Architectural and geometric shapes have influenced his work ever since. With hard edges against a background of loose form and color, and paint that fluctuates between ragged-edged and raw, to hard-edged and refined, his work is primarily an exploration of how color, texture, and composition work together in a translucent space, and how the architectural or geometric elements hold the work together. Read Less
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