Larry Poons, Untitled, ca.1964
October 1, 1937 |
|Education||School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
Art Students League of New York.
|Known for||Abstract art|
|Notable work||Brown Sound |
There's something always instinctively visually right about nature. There's no difference, to my eye, between looking at a great painting and looking at nature. Because painting, when it's great, has the same immutable rightness, unquestioned rightness, about it.
If you think you know where you're going to be 10 years from now, that's where you're at now. You're just putting it off.
There are people who don't respond to color. That's what painting is. It's color.