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Monday, May 28, 2018

Watercolor Paintings by Christopher St. Leger


I scan buildings and slabs that fly past. They are my resource for shape, scale, and color. I am particularly fond of forms and surfaces gently leveled and watered down to street essence. Such places suggest inadvertency and compliance in blending. In recreating such settings, I blanket an already obscure image, washing out further any dangling details. To render this all fittingly establishes a personal hideout from the caffeinated pulling from every direction.

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