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about_emily - The Writer's Retreat
Views Read Edit View history. I react to the process. I work just by reacting to the surfaces that I make. ArtsATL: That must lead to a lot of spontaneity in your works. Cawley: Yes!
Different things just appear to me. Other times I have to live with the works a little, I have to walk away and come back to them. Jasper Johns has a great quote. I have to control my imagery. I was very cognizant this time around of harking back to my organic abstraction and minimalist work.
I went through a phase of having overstimulated work with a lot of imagery, which was what that work was about, but I arrived at a place where I thought I could marry the two sensibilities and come up with an interesting composition with both the organic and the hard-edge hyper-color representational imagery. The marriage that happened in this work really excited me.
ArtsATL: What are some of your influences? Cawley: Alice in Wonderland is just a constant influence for me. Even in something as simple as a personal history, the experience that someone brings to the table makes his world look different from ours. Max Ernst has always been a huge influence for me.esschoolelfi.cf
The therapist who fell down the rabbit hole of chronic illness
All the dotted lines in my work I stole from Ernst. They have an enormous vertical painting by Max Ernst with a swan and it has all these dotted lines, almost like a diagram. She lives in New York City, and is sick with a raft of symptoms doctors cannot explain. Her mind was mishandled by her religion-deranged father, from whom she is estranged.
Mary has tried Western medicine, and it has failed her. Imagine Rolfing with grievous pretensions. And her soul?
Mary will be the Emotional Girlfriend, there to listen and maintain strong eye contact and text him and be able to cry.