"I paint in the genre of lyrical abstraction. I work without preconception, by building layers of atmospheric surface, by engagement with alluring color, with spontaneous invention of unexpected compositions with poetic narrative significance. I enjoy experimenting, assigning myself rules, then surprising myself with unpremeditated moves of submerged layers, atmospheric texture, drawing and shifted forms and formats. My colors are reminiscent of Morandi, my shapes conjure Diebenkorn and my love for imagistic ambiguity evokes Emily Dickinson." — Jill Goldman-Callahan
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