Monday, March 16, 2015

Jacaranda Montage, LGOCA

 9/12x12" canvases that make up one image      thrown and splattered paint on canvas    2015

This painting is an impression of a jacaranda tree in bloom done on nine canvases. Each canvas  stands alone and can be interpreted as an essence of the tree, together they make up the tree image as well as essence. Represented by LGOCA, Laguna Beach.

Summer Woods

Summer Woods       36x24"          thrown and splattered paint on canvas             2015

" Carey is working in a conceptual space beyond realism, where paint and gesture cannot possibly, theoretically, replicate every variation nature can. It is the gap between the idea of her application of splatter to nature and the endless possibilities of nature that gives to Carey’s work the friction that keeps it sharp and purposeful, her strokes directed, tense, meaningful. It is a kind of impressionism, but educated by a new generation’s fuller appreciation of fractal complexity in branching and all the chaos of natural form." Robert Mahoney NY art critic