The Poured Paintings Done By Bruce Piermarini Are Absolutely Stunning

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Bruce Piermarini abides by the tradition of large scale, lyrical, abstract painting. He loves heroic scale, and utilizes the colorful possibilities of pouring paint. The poured paintings by Bruce make looping, squirming, organic forms set against a different, but flowing background. His every painting is perfectly improvisational, superbly orchestrated, yet all natural. His paintings incorporate modeling, illusionistic, foreshortening, and dizzying background spaces. His paintings are always the most stunning pieces, as he adds European Surrealism, primarily the hallucinatory, painting of Salvatore Dali, to his repertoire. The most amazing feature of his paintings is their wonderful virtuosity.

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The Poured Paintings Done By Bruce Piermarini Are Absolutely Stunning

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The poured paintings by Bruce Piermarini make looping, squirming, organic forms set against a different, but flowing background. His every painting is perfectly improvisational, superbly orchestrated, yet all natural. His paintings incorporate modeling, illusionistic, foreshortening, and dizzying background spaces. They are free yet right on the point, commanding yet exquisitely elaborated. His latest paintings are perhaps the most stunning pieces. They are definitely his most refined and articulated work. Actually, he has added European Surrealism, primarily the hallucinatory, painting of Salvatore Dali, to his repertoire, and he has done this without suspending his quest for Louis and Pollock. The most amazing feature of his paintings is their wonderful virtuosity.

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Bruce Piermarini abides by the tradition of large scale, lyrical, abstract painting which was first made and introduced by Jackson Pollock, the Color Field painters, and the Abstract Expressionists. His key influence has been always been Morris Louis and as Louis, he loves heroic scale, and utilizes the colorful possibilities of pouring paint. Since the time of Louis, such advances in painting have been widely utilized by the new, water based, acrylic medium. Piermarini is one of those people who have been using these new acrylics. For a short time, Bruce Piermarini has given up his love for three dimensions that had prompted him to collage big chunks of foam onto the surfaces of his pictures. These protrude from the canvas towards the observer and into the room. The new pictures draw the viewers towards them as much as it push them back. But they still retain Piermarini’s all out, go for broke expressionism, and provide that same obsessiveness, and devilish vibe.

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Thank You Bruce Piermarini