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Today’s Thoughts on Art

I believe the “logic” of abstract art is purely an internal logic: a logic of the visual language. Some or many elements compete for various positions in the totality of the piece, and those elements can be compared to the … Continue reading

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Before the Soup

Red onions, before the soup, cut up and making interesting patterns.  Nature is full of surprises that delight the eye: new patterns, textures, colors, spatial arrangements and formal relationships.  Opening our eyes to the wonderful variety of nature and all the … Continue reading

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Peripheral Vision Exhibit – by Lynda Lehmann

“PERIPHERAL VISION,” a solo show of my abstract acrylic paintings, opens at the Alfred Van Loen Gallery at the South Huntington Library in South Huntington, NY, on February, 9, 2008, and will run through March 6. The Opening Reception is … Continue reading

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