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    Out of Frame

    Sam Gilliam, Bursting, 1972

    By folding, creasing, and ultimately draping his canvases, Sam Gilliam brought color abstraction closer to the viewer than any artist before him. Continue reading

    Jackson Pollock: No Chaos

    Jackson Pollock, The Flame, circa 1934–38

    With his drip paintings, Jackson Pollock found a new kind of order that inspired future generations of artists in all media to strive for boundlessness. Featured Images: (Click to Enlarge) Jackson Pollock was born in 1912, in Cody, Wyo. Eight … Continue reading


    Michael Goldberg, The House From Cellar to Garret, 1993, oil on canvas, 66 x 65 inches.

    The abstract painter Michael Goldberg never felt the need to kill his artistic fathers, and he gladly acknowledged the roots of his originality. Continue reading