|Parking Lot (2011)|
Mixed technique - 60"x50"
Here is another favorite piece from Matthew Dibble's abstract painting series Middle is Everywhere, this one entitled Parking Lot. Dibble's technique so expertly evokes a sense of space and depth, borrowing bits of technique and insight of those who preceded him, yet completely takes the medium to a whole different level. As I study the paintings from this collection, I allow myself to become drawn into the whole, still fully aware of the intricate detail that Dibble has presented which provides this passage.
As the artist himself says:
My wish is to live in the real world. I have a natural curiosity about my place on earth and a thirst for sincerity in all forms. These paintings are a glimpse into what happens when this very active inner life and the outer world come in contact.A reminder: if you want to learn more about Matthew Dibble, please check out his website to learn more about him. In the meantime, keep an eye on this blog for more posts and thoughts on Dibble's work.
I tried to work on these new paintings with “feeling” in my whole body. I’m not quite as interested in brushing the paint on, but pushing the paint around.