Apple Of My Eye

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Can you find the perfect fruit in Apple Of My Eye?  It created itself, like the other shapes, out of layers of pale colors and multiple lines.  Everything floats to the surface in this painting, but you can look through them to find what you need.

48" x 48" x 1.5" original painting on stretched canvas, with the image continuing around the sides so that no frame is required.  It comes with picture wire, ready to hang.

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John Crowther
John Crowther Critic

February 18, 2022

Lynne Taetzsch’s Apple Of My Eye invites you to interpret its harmoniously colored and organic forms. Gentle bulbs of neutral color interspersed with soft pigment are suspended across its bright but restrained canvas. The colors are pale, and she confines her applications of paint to shades of green, red, and yellow, but there is a richness to them that is only enhanced by the dissecting black lines and circular fruit-like forms (I'm going with pears, but I can see how you would get to apples). What strikes me most is Taetzsch’s open invitation to interpretation. She gives you a little nudge with the title but does not force you in one direction or the other. In fact, she leaves the most general of designations up to the viewer: we can find as much figuration as abstraction in Apple Of My Eye.

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Lynne Taetzsch
Abstract, Expressionism
Painting - Unframed
Acrylic, Canvas
48.00 inches wide
48.00 inches tall
1.50 inches deep
18.00 lbs