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Images: Elizabeth Gilfilen

After a period exploring the notion of restraint–paring down her palette and limiting the number of marks–Beth Gilfilen has returned to epic struggle. In her pulsating new large-scale canvases, Gilflen pits clashing colors against one another in snaking layers and agitated line, filling once pristine areas with murky, mark-cancelling clots of paint. She is a painter who thrives … read more.
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