I am interested in setting down what excites me in the many visual dramas I see being played out within nature. These "dramatic" dialogs have their own worlds of line, space, color, and form and are the real subjects of the work.
Almost all of these works on canvas and on paper are the outcomes of my observations from still life’s that I set up in my studio. I don’t try to describe the objects of the still life in naturalistic terms. I make compositions out of the interactions and movements between the forces, forms and aspects I see being carried through the objects.
About His Work:
Thomas Barron is a local Brookline artist and one time faculty member at the Brookline Arts Center. His vibrant, abstract paintings are observations of the world around him seen through color and shape. His wet-on-wet style is evident in many of his pieces. This technique allows Thomas to create textures that float over one another creating for him a dynamic sense of space.