Carol Brown Goldberg

My painting reflects interest in science, art, and history…my interests unites in color, line and composition.

Creating my work slows down the universal shared time.

Painting allows me to process information, synthesize senses, and interweave past, present and future.  In this series, I ask the question, “How do we see?”

My journey for answers is to overlay loosely painted streaks of color, and seemingly arbitrary dispersed forms Carol Brown Goldberg Biocentrism 6x6 72 dpiholding scales of color intensities.

When the fovea of the viewer’s eye focuses on the center of the canvas, the peripheral vision attempts to make sense of the value change.  This results in an image that seems to pulsate as the viewer’s eye moves across the tightly focused luminous center of the painting.

Expressing the themes of space perspectives, color and luminosity, the micro and macro, only increases my awe and wonder at the beauty and mystery of the universe.

I am inspired by Henri Matisse’s quote:  I am unable to distinguish between the feeling I have for life and my way of expressing it.

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