Joe Goode, ‘Milk Bottle Painting 142’, 2012, CalArts Benefit

Variously linked with Pop Art and the Light and Space Movement, Joe Goode made his first splash with his “Milk Bottle Paintings” in the early 1960s—monochrome paintings in front of which he placed an actual, painted milk bottle. This recent painting is a return to the same iconic imagery.

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About Joe Goode

Inspired by natural forces, Joe Goode seeks to convey the process of perception in his paintings. Along with artists like James Turrell and Robert Irwin, Goode is associated with Light and Space, a West Coast movement dedicated to exploring the experience of seeing that emerged in the early 1960s. In his paintings, Goode walks the line between abstraction and representation. He gives hints of recognizable forms and uses subtle gradations of color and visible brushstrokes to stimulate viewers to reconsider their own perceptual experiences.

American, b. 1937, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, based in Mar Vista, California