“What is Abstract Art TODAY?” ’20/21 Juried Artist Charles Kacin

Artist Statement

My work starts with the vision of a slice of time or the emotive quality of a moment. I build up layers of pigments: scribe, scribble, scrape back, and texture my work, allowing each piece to reveal its own story and emerge from the voice of the paint itself. The work focuses on the transitory nature of time and memory as they relate to my everyday life.

I incorporate the Zen sensibility of Wabi-sabi, highlighting the impermanence and imperfection of beauty as exemplified in nature and the passage of time. There is a collaboration between me and the materials used: building, adding more and more elements, and then stepping back to reduce the work to its purest form. Viewers are taken on a journey and construct their own reality in each work.

I leave my emotions on the canvas, captured in paint.

View work by Charles Kacin among the jury selected artists in “What is Abstract Art TODAY?” ’20/21 Juried Artists Virtual Exhibit Space 1 (VES1) below

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