LA Art Exhibit Uses Powder Coatings In Colorful Exhibit
Abstraction artist Lisa Williamson's new exhibit at the Tif Sigfrids Gallery in Los Angeles has caught the eye of some noted art critics who praise the use of vibrant colors in her work.
Abstraction artist Lisa Williamson's new exhibit at the Tif Sigfrids Gallery in Los Angeles, California, has caught the eye of some noted art critics who praise the use of powder coatings in her work.
"Its bright bands of yellow and white are just thick enough to feel as much like solid skins of color as the powder-coated panel around which they wrap," art critic Christopher Knight from the Los Angeles Times comments. "The linear design—skin on skin—is like an unraveled Josef Albers painting of white-line color shapes, emphasizing the work’s sensual, secular faith."
Williamson powder coats the aluminum panels in a white primer to seal the surface, then hand paints the top coat with the vibrant colors.
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