Anne Russinof, ‘Through the roof’, 2016, IdeelArt
Anne Russinof, ‘Through the roof’, 2016, IdeelArt
Anne Russinof, ‘Through the roof’, 2016, IdeelArt
Anne Russinof, ‘Through the roof’, 2016, IdeelArt

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For Russinof, everything begins with color. She begins a painting by applying color in lyrical, gestural marks. The marks coalesce into a structure, a loose grid.

She works with oil and her application of layers is wet on wet which can require a certain amount of speed.

Anne Russinof is inspired by things she sees: a visceral reaction to manifest a feeling physically through paint. That initial visual stimulus is often related to color.

Signature: Verso

From the artist’s studio

About Anne Russinof

American , b. 1956, based in New York