Honeyman, Elizabeth Frye
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Space, color, light, rhythm, and movement are among the formal qualities I use to express my moment of creation. The two sets of paintings (the black and white paintings and the fluorescent paintings) reflect the time and place in which they were painted. Most of the fluorescents were painted during the bright summer and in a large well-lighted studio. The black and white paintings are products of the dark cramped studio in which they were painted. These were done during the fall and early winter. These works are created in a direct and immediate relationship with the canvas and are a reflection of the process of life. The process of painting coequals the fluidity and awareness of the moment and its expansion into life.