Gregory Grenon, dramatic paintings of women

Gregory Grenon, dramatic paintings of women

January 29, 2013 | figurative painting | No Comments

THE UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN
I AM IDENTIFYING WOMAN AT THIS MOMENT IN HISTORY. THE REPRESENTATION OF PURE EMOTION; EMOTION IN WORK, EMOTION IN LIFE.

EMOTION PRECEDES THOUGHT THESE PAINTINGS ARE WHAT I HAVE TO SAY ABOUT WHAT I SEE. ALL IS ELIMINATED HERE EXCEPT MYSELF AND THAT IS WHAT I PUT INTO MY WORK.

I PAINT IN A GREAT STATE OF EXCITEMENT.

THERE IS NO COMMERCIALISM HERE. WOMEN HAVE A BEAUTY AND POWER THAT MEN DO NOT HAVE AND THAT IS WHAT I SHOW IN MY WORK. I SHOW THAT WOMEN ARE NOT INFERIOR TO MEN. I WANT TO SHOW THAT THESE WOMEN REFUSE THE INFLUENCE OF OTHERS. I DO MY OWN THINKING WHILE MY INTENSE EMOTIONAL LIFE GIVES ME A RICH SOURCE OF MATERIAL FOR MY WORK.

I AM UNAFRAID OF MY OWN EMOTIONS AND RELATE THIS IN MY WORK WITH WOMEN. I CALL THESE WOMEN UNIDENTIFIED – ONLY TO IDENTIFY THEM.
Gregory Grenon


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