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Mark Kaufman
(Wilmington, DE)
Artist Website

Between, Watercolor, 16" x 13"

Some say art is a lie, a mere illusion of space in a two dimensional world. Some say reality is an illusion, merely perceptual experience. Both are wrong. Our humanity grants us only partial access to the truth. That art and experience and science are incompatible-somehow exclusive of each other is the real illusion. What changes between them is the meaning and the way truth can be revealed. Much of my truth emerges from being bipolar. What makes my work unique is that the figures are explorations of mood and emotion rather than landscapes. Often they have an element of the odd or troubling. The figures are exposed and self contained and unavailable all at the same time. I draw heavily on my lifetime experience with Bipolar disorder seeking to express its effusive, if grandiose at times, unconstrained joy; its terrifying and fractured mania and its deep depression.

I am now a signature member of the Philadelphia and Baltimore and Delaware Watercolor societies.


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