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Louise P. Sloane: Interview

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Phillip J. Mellen interviews painter Louise P. Sloane about her work, practice, and development as an artist.

Sloane discusses a wide range of subjects from her intuitive approach to painting, one in which she "fuse[s] geometry, color, and texture," to formative influences including works by Josef Albers, Morris Louis, Gene Davis, and Ad Reinhardt that Slone encountered in the exhibition The Responsive Eye at the Museum of Modern Art. She comments that these works "put me into a very different frame of mind… when I look at these works even today, I'm swooning when I see them. They so deeply influenced me and my regard for color and space and light, that was a moment for me."

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