Bryan Prillwitz “absolute beauty,” that “oneness of form”

  

//The stimulation of working in a community with other artists is essential for the purpose of learning and sharing creativity.

I wish for my work to have “absolute beauty,” that “oneness of form” that means that in a tactile sense, memory and physicality are one. I am compelled by that mysterious memory of flesh and material, of strange and forgotten events. I am influenced by Cy Twombly and his paintings that depict the Aegean Sea, the ships sailing to the island of Paphos and the mythical god Dionysus. I think that the flesh and blood in my paintings is of Dionysus, of desire, as well as of a tortured feeling of diminishment, or denial//.

Bryan Prillwitz  M.F.A .Michigan State University

www.preytitus.net

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