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dc.contributor.authorFarlow, Lowell Deanen
dc.description.abstractThe origin of these images is nature (the landscape), Spaces, surfaces and forms in nature continue to reveal themselves and nourish my involvement with its magical fascination which is the ambiguous interaction of these formal elements. In my drawings I nourish ambiguity through minimal form and composition. I use line, loops, scrawl and calligraphic movement to develop spaces, surfaces and forms that allude to nature but also keep alive the ambiguity. This ambiguity is manifested by the continuum of markings which fill voids, Iiberate forms and activate spaces and surfaces alluding to other imagery. Ambiguity inhabits, a vast playground, extending north to south, east to west, unruled by time, distance or locale. Constantly, involved in such a game I choose to take advantage of its play.en
dc.publisherMontana State University - Bozeman, College of Arts & Architectureen
dc.rights.holderCopyright 1978 by Lowell Dean Farlowen

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