Elizabeth King Displays New Experimental-Minimalist Painting,''Reed Project 29,''at Lower Columbia College Main Hallway Gallery

Elizabeth King Displays,''Reed Project''

Elizabeth King, is displaying a series of minimalist-like experimental, figurative, paintings on April 6th, 2009 - June 19th, 2009, at Lower Columbia College, Main Hallway Gallery, 1600 Maple Street, Longview, WA, 98632. Gallery Hours, Monday, Tuesday, Friday 10 - 4 pm, Wednesday, Thursday 10 - 7 pm, (360) 442-2510. This exhibition is free and open to the public.

Elizabeth paints these experimental, paintings, because she values the music that exists in delicate human existence and the natural materials, dictate it's own evolving direction. Elizabeth Kings experimental paintings, indicate conceptual reeds, by the use of contoured figures, playing the flute, and symbolized, by the use of paper musical scores, and notes, in her underpainting, and by the use of organic materials that present the art of the flute, in her pallet, of silver, iridescent, bright and natural earth colors.

Elizabeth King’s paintings narrate, two themes, Time and Memory. Time is the transitory reflection of sound painted by Music symbolism, represented by flutes, silver, reeds. Memory is depicted in the faded images of figures, Tamino and Tamina and Sarastro derived from , Mozart's , ''The Magic Flute,'' composing music.

The paintings are based her combined under painting of patterned notes, with the final painted image being an emotive lined figure, on a minimalist landscape. Her figurative, ‘‘Residual Print,’’ is a unique, intermediate experimental process, created by Elizabeth King, and unlike a monoprint, as each printed image on paper, is like a residual memory, and an imprint of the actual painting.

Elizabeth King is a professional fine artist, whose works have been well received regionally, nationally, and internationally. She holds two degrees in art, graduating with an honors B.A. in studio art. She has displayed in art exhibitions at numerous museums, universities, colleges, libraries and private and regional and international juried exhibitions. Elizabeth King’s works interplay expressive figures, with notes that explore the transitory emotive line.

For more information please contact, (360) 442-2510

This story is inappropriate and should be flagged for moderation. Please choose from one of the following options:

Add a comment


Comment: 250 Characters Left

KOMO News and its affiliated companies are not responsible for the content of comments posted or for anything arising out of use of the above comments or other interaction among the users. We reserve the right to screen, refuse to post, remove or edit user-generated content at any time and for any or no reason in our absolute and sole discretion without prior notice, although we have no duty to do so or to monitor any Public Forum.