Indelible Images by Roberta Friedman Dixon ’77
“Each time I paint, it is with abandon, as if I have erased time and gone back to true innocence,” says Dixon about her abstract images. For her, painting is a way of “embracing chaos” by imposing control, but her works feel spontaneous and are often “bold, bright, and dramatic.”
See more at rdixonart.com.
Read her article in ARTisSpectrum, “Find Your Own Road,” about reawakening the artistic sensibility inside every one of us.
In mid-October, a group show that included Dixon’s work opened at NYC’s Agora Gallery. Read the review.
September 15, 2012