Maria Walker’s Back Is The New Front (Of A Painting)

Why paint the front of the canvas when you can turn it around, add a few more stretcher bars into the mix, and create work that blurs the line between sculpture and paintings. Well Maria Walker has done just that with her colorfield paintings covered with tumor-like bumps and protruding limbs.

  • Kevin Freitas

    Artists should always acknowledge the past as a way of creating a better future (work of art). The French group Supports/Surfaces of the 1960′s might be a good place to start.