"Feels Odd Until the Arrival"
by sabine7 / May 23, 2005


The translucency and smoothness of mylar provides a tactile and eye-pleasing base for the colourful works of Miami painter Annie Wharton. Wharton’s recent works are blobs and squiggles of acrylic and urethane rendered on backgrounds of mylar and patent vinyl. These swirls of colour are at times shiny or high gloss, others metallic or matte. A variety of mysterious titles teases, but gives nothing away. Wharton provides a series of ice cream spill Rorschach tests, but ultimately the viewer is left to depend on instinct to accept or reject the combinations of texture and hue.

Artist: Annie Wharton
+ anniewharton.com

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Maybe Upstairs Doesn't Matter

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Merging Into the Early


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