Sunday, September 15, 2013

Studio Visit With Debra Ramsay: A Subtle Marking Of Time and Distance

Ramsay in her studio on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, 2013

The Artist's Statement:

My artwork is conceptually rigorous and process-oriented. With a faithful allegiance to geometry and its capacity to reveal profound truths, I work with mathematical logic to generate or guide form in precise ways. The idea comes first; the search for materials, methods and procedures that will best support the idea follows.

My creative process develops around repetitive and serial systems.  I’m caught up in subtle calculations and decisions of proportion and interrelationships. Once I develop the system for the specific project and determine the calculations, what remains is a form of meditation: I become the conduit for the arrangement of shape and the placement of color.

A studio view of finished works and those in progress.

Currently Debra Ramsay's work can be seen in the group exhibition Session One: a re-grouped show, now on view at Pocket Utopia on the Lower East Side.

And in conjunction with the Session One exhibition Ramsay and Mark Golden, of Golden Paint, will present a discussion on Color and Paint on Saturday, September 28th from 6:30 - 8:30 PM.

Session One: a re-grouped show
September 8 - October 13, 2013
Gallery hours are Wednesday–Sunday, 11am–6 pm
191 Henry Street
New York, NY 10002

*some works depicted may be in process. All works ©Debra Ramsay.

1 comment:

Gianluca said...

Very intersting works