Kathryn Lee: My recent paper collages echo the bas reliefs that I loved when I lived in Italy with their interplay of light and shadow. About the same time, I discovered Johannes Itten’s theories on color. I found that there was an order to color just like music. These two concepts transformed my approach to art.
Diane Lachman: Color mood, relationships and memory are my subjects. In my recent paintings, geometric forms create tension with the transparent fluidity of the watercolor.
Deann Mills: Color is a different language, a way of seeing and being surprised. For me, painting is about the relationships and accidents that happen with color, and the joy of always experimenting and discovering something new.