William Asman TY

The most important aspect of a picture for me is pictorial space --- the breaking up of the space of the two dimensional plane on which i work in a two dimensional rather than three dimensional way by placing shapes in back and in front of one another without breaking the space of the plane. At the same time all the shapes of the picture must be related to one another as well as to the border of the picture in order to form a good composition. All this, the ordering of line, form and color, for me creates an illusion of three dimensions and becomes what I like to call "pictorial super realism". The subject is an end result of the shapes.
30 Loftin Street
Weaverville, NC