(It's about the final product [THE END]). So much of the last century has been extricating that sentiment from accepted art. Insert ---Pollock, De Kooning, Rauschenberg--- here. They did the leg work. They were also ingeniously genius, what was ineffably needed to flip the paradigm for modern art. But flip and switch they did, and here we are, eons away from classic Renaissance realism in a world filled with neon light up shoes and acid spitting tongues (?).
Holton Rower is a fairly late-bloomer, approaching that mid-century mark of almost 50-years-old, but his work is far less than stunted. I'll probably end up posting another set of his work, as his sculptural exploration of material is compelling. But not unrelated, his paintings are a mix of geometrical sculpture affecting the natural form of paint. I won't go too much into explaining the work, as the video does that well enough. The idea is what it is, and here are more variations of the same process in different colors and subtle inventions.
His other painting work I find more interesting. It's a play on focus and is off-putting enough to make me flick my screen four times before jarring my head to shake it loose.