Soft Grounds by Julian Lesser
by sabine7 / April 15, 2010

Julian Lesser's flowers, thick colourful mums, are set in gardens of equally bright, abstract backgrounds. Somewhat of a signature, the chrysanthemum bursts out of the painting in a calmly assertive fashion, as though meant to bring a mix of cheer and sensibility. Though set upon abstraction, the flowers almost appear to be growing out of map-like topography. There is energy abound in this journey more serious than frivolous, but this is by no means indicative of a lack of control.

Artist: Julian Lesser

Soft Grounds

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