Posts Tagged ‘improvisational music

16
Nov
11

Lee Kaloidis : Paintings (Oil on Paper)

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#199, 07-21-11

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#199
07-21-11
Lee Kaloidis
Oil 22×30-inch paper
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#193, 06-07-11

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#193
06-07-11
Lee Kaloidis
Oil 22×30-inch paper
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#195, 06-12-11

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#195
06-12-11
Lee Kaloidis
Oil 22×30-inch paper
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#167 03-15-11

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#167
03-15-11
Lee Kaloidis
Oil 22×30-inch paper
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#163 03-04-11

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#163
03-04-11
Lee Kaloidis
Oil 22×30-inch paper
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#125 10-30-10

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#125
10-30-10
Lee Kaloidis
Oil 22×30-inch paper
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Lee Kaloidis is an improvisational composer and, like a lyric poet, works relatively quickly and without plan. From the first mark, a painting evolves towards a destination that is the byproduct of strongly intuited relationships. When excecuted, these relationships are intended to stand, though often are sacrificed as the work shifts and struggles to become an original whole. This unfolding makes each painting, and an entire series of paintings, an historic sequence of events. [extract : about the work]

“My painting is a direct byproduct of intense involvement in improvisational music and free-verse poetic composition. It is about change and movement, balance and unity, and ultimately about natural order. What drives movement is tension. I like to think of my paintings as places where the most divergent and surprising things collide, converging at just the right time into new expressions of unity.” Lee Kaloidis

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Lee Kaloidis : Website

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12
Jan
11

Lee Kaloidis : Paintings (Oil on Paper)

Lee Kaloidis
Oil on paper
’11-01-10′
22″ x 30″

Lee Kaloidis
Oil on paper
’12-20-10′
22″ x 30″

Lee Kaloidis
Oil on paper
’10-12-10′
22″ x 30″

Lee Kaloidis
Oil on paper
’03-24-10′
22″ x 30″

Lee Kaloidis
Oil on paper
’10-25-10′
22″ x 30″

Lee Kaloidis
Oil on paper
’12-30-10′
22″ x 30″

Lee Kaloidis is an improvisational composer and, like a lyric poet, works relatively quickly and without plan. From the first mark, a painting evolves towards a destination that is the byproduct of strongly intuited relationships. When excecuted, these relationships are intended to stand, though often are sacrificed as the work shifts and struggles to become an original whole. This unfolding makes each painting, and an entire series of paintings, an historic sequence of events. [extract : about the work]

“My painting is a direct byproduct of intense involvement in improvisational music and free-verse poetic composition. It is about change and movement, balance and unity, and ultimately about natural order. What drives movement is tension. I like to think of my paintings as places where the most divergent and surprising things collide, converging at just the right time into new expressions of unity.” Lee Kaloidis

Lee Kaloidis : Website




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