By Frank McEntire, Mary Francey
A nationally famous artist, Snow selected to stick in Utah the place, whilst no longer educating on the college of Utah, he roamed the southern Utah barren region gaining idea from the crimson rock formations, specially the Cockscomb open air his studio close to Capitol Reef nationwide Park. Snow acknowledged, “Every artist most likely wonders if she or he made the suitable determination to dig in to a definite place.” He dug into the panorama in and round Southern Utah and not regretted it. simply as “Tennessee Williams’s South, William Faulkner’s Mississippi, [or] John Steinbeck’s West Coast, shaped their work,” the desolate tract lands of the Colorado Plateau shaped Snow’s. Their experience of position, “without provincialism,” acknowledged Snow “is what offers their artwork its enduring power.” Final mild will attract art historians and paintings fanatics, specially these attracted to summary expressionism and the paintings of Utah, the West, and the Southwest.
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Allowed him to dream in peace. â•›and he did. But his sense of place—as potential, as religious, as surprising and mysterious and dangerous and a source of sudden beauty—was much larger. He carried the power and hope of the blank canvas in his heart and was able to draw upon it both on the whited-out Utah Salt Flats and in a trashed tenement in lower New York City. You cannot hide; your art will find you. Place is weather and light; it’s the music of time and the voices of ghosts. Doug Snow also carried place on his skin, where it both massaged and irritated him like a rash.
Nature verifies both: the earlier light and the later dark, the firm earth below and the disappearing atmosphere, the presence of things and their nonpresence. Again Snow bent the “out there” back to himself, and back to us. At the time I am writing this, there are those who remember, perhaps silently, what a soft-spoken, authentic, Â� and aesthetically articulate person Doug Snow was. Their memories of the man and the moments with him are helplessly Â� and happily intermingled with his art. For Â�generations to come, however, the art will remain to mystify and bemuse, to excite and entertain.
Was it an abstract experience? Religious? ” Should Doug Snow be described as an abstract painter? A religious painter? Is his work ghosted by other painters he admired? The second place-narrative in Blind Sight is set in lower Manhattan in a grimy building where Duncan’s artist friend, Tony Smith, takes him to see a “far-out” installation. Dirt and junk are all over the place. It smells bad. Duncan hates it and wishes he hadn’t come. The two move from room to room, space to space, and it only gets worse.
Final Light: The Life and Art of V. Douglas Snow by Frank McEntire, Mary Francey