Douglas Witmer: Fruitville & School Papers

Douglas Witmer: Fruitville & School Papers

Douglas Witmer makes his paintings with a purpose. his paintings are expressive rather than merely planned and executed. His use of color, surface form and materials is surprisingly expressive. His famous two works are Fruitville and School Papers. According to Witner, “A painting is not a statement. It is the evidence of painting. “. In these works Witner hides nothing. There is beauty and rigor in the finished art work.

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