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“Neutral Impressions” is a new series of paintings with collage on canvas that Didday says was greatly influenced by the shapes, textures and colors of New Mexico and the high desert country.
Artist Kerry Didday says, “After years of painting with primary colors, this series developed and I too, embraced the beauty and impact of neutrals. Each painting begins as an experiment, where every element is open to change and manipulation. As I add paint to canvas, my paintings progress as the direction is uncovered and developed. The figurative works tend to represent a relationship of the figures and evoke a mood.” On a recent trip to the southwest, Kerry was able to experience first hand the works of Georgia O’Keefe and other artist’s work in the many galleries in Santa Fe and along Canyon Road. The series of work in this exhibition represents the culmination of combining the neutral impressions of the southwest landscape, with the influence of artists from the New York School including, Jackson Pollock, Willem de Kooning, Robert Motherwell, Mark Rothko, and Richard Diebenkorn.
702 N. Franklin St., Tampa, FL 33602
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