"Lexicon 56"
by sabine7 / February 20, 2007
Paul Pagk’s simple and colourful abstracts are part of the artist’s serial use of dense colour overlayered with linear shapes that appear too delicate to compete with the power of the strong colour underneath. The softer shades, like pink, pistachio and periwinkle, are sliced with acid yellows and red, while the bolder reds and lime greens show the less significant colours of the lines and shapes who is boss without getting away scot-free. But it is precisely this non-too-perfectly rendered contrast that keeps the viewer’s attention and lends something of the artist’s spirit to the canvas.


Artist: Paul Pagk
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