Essay by Montreal arts writer James D. Campbell
“Working within the traditions of modernist painting, the senior Canadian painter [Frances Thomas] employs the language of abstraction. Using fluid acrylics and pencil on Mylar and birch panel, she relies on an improvisational playing out of materials and ideas to arrive at a poetic distillation of thought and sensation. This rare monograph on her work contains an original essay.”
Publisher: MacLaren Art Centre (2010)
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