Comments on: Sabine Tress Interview http://abstractcritical.com/article/sabrine-tess-interview/ Abstract Critical is a not-for profit company aiming to establish a new critical context for all generations of artists involved with ambitious abstract art. Sun, 09 Nov 2014 17:23:33 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.9.2 By: Joost de Jonge http://abstractcritical.com/article/sabrine-tess-interview/#comment-666082 Fri, 11 Jul 2014 15:27:54 +0000 http://abstractcritical.com/?post_type=article&p=8273#comment-666082 Dear Sabine, Love the pics here! Good questions John! I can relate to most you are saying Sabine, as you know I’m interested in your work (for quite some time now). It remains most compelling
! A positive rap here. Within the work all discoveries, though tending to the negative can be positively experienced within the greater realm of self-discovery in and through painting (as painting). Looking forward to keep on following your artistic journey.

Joost de Jonge, The Netherlands.

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By: Joyce Conlon http://abstractcritical.com/article/sabrine-tess-interview/#comment-644022 Sat, 28 Jun 2014 06:12:40 +0000 http://abstractcritical.com/?post_type=article&p=8273#comment-644022 Great interview and gorgeous paintings Sabine. Congratulations!

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By: Noela http://abstractcritical.com/article/sabrine-tess-interview/#comment-631548 Fri, 20 Jun 2014 09:46:43 +0000 http://abstractcritical.com/?post_type=article&p=8273#comment-631548 Interesting and candid interview, and a good point about changing your medium to offset gestural habits. It can be too easy to get into a repetitive mode when using acrylics, because there aren’t the worries of layering and de- laminating which sometimes can happen with oil. Slowing down a working procedure to allow more consideration can be a good thing. The quote John mentioned about freedom and whether one knows what is going on while painting or not, I think there could probably be a bit of both happening. Certainly there will be times of being sure about producing certain marks and working out what to do only to find, when the paint has been applied, that something unforeseen has been created during the process!

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