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Mean that I retain those. What 1 try to do is to create the painting so that the overall thing has that particular emotion; not particularly just the forms in it. KLXPITE: NO, I'm S Y L V ~ T E R : But you d o try to retain a certain emaiCion in the overall thing? ) An emotion you might be able to name while you are painting it? KLZNE: k s , at times, yes. you might do something in a painting because you wanted to preserve a particular brooding quality? S Y L V E ~ R That : T think it has to do with the movement, even though it can be statie.
Maybe my eye has a gteat memory of many centuries. And maybe there's something a b u t wood that is closer to the feminine, too. . Different ~ o p l ehave different memories, too. Some have memories for words, some for action---mine h a p p n s to be for form. Basically, my memory is for wood, which gives a certain kind af form-it isn't tloa hard and it isn? too soft. Just ta show you my relationship with woad, X was having a guest exhibition-this was in the IQMs--and the dealer called me with great excitement and anger.
This distinction is important, for when Mr. , that an ideological dogma exists here rather than that the work of these men has given them ideological or historical psition. It is precisely to make this latter p i n t that I have an aecasion entered the critic's realm. " The "among others" in Mr. Grecnberg" phrase is significant because it implies some widespread prevalence, that it is not a freak accident. When a n u m b r of American painters are found using the abstract idiom in a fashion that is unique, that is unfamiliar any place else, I am convinced that it indicates a singular fact in American painting of historic importance.