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I Chose White by Jeanne Garant - 3D virtual exhibition by Touchstone Gallery, since 1976

I Chose White by Jeanne Garant

Wed, 05/05/2021 to Sat, 06/05/2021

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“Looking back on my solo exhibits at Touchstone Gallery, I recognize a theme. At each exhibit, a color was featured. Black. Red. Black and White. This year, I chose white.
I chose it because of its representation of darkness - darkness felt deeply by me and people the world over as the COVID-19 pandemic stole so much.
To many, white symbolizes simplicity, openness, good or a new beginning. For me, this past Year, it represented loneliness, isolation and coldness.
The whites in my paintings range from pure white, to muted warm whites and cold whites.
The nuances represent the variations in feelings. Abstracts, patterns and architectural images complete the seven works and add contrast. They might also represent bright spots - even the dark hues.
I recommend Victoria Finlay’s book: COLOR, a Natural History of the Palette.”

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