Nancy Haynes, Untitled, June , (1995)
“My paintings are not abstractions of landscapes, still lives, figures or anything we know. They are detached fragments of the unknowable”
Haynes’ monotypes are “constructs, palimpsests, built layer upon layer”. Yet parts of the grid are missing. Like interference on a television screen, the black grid fades out intermittently, and the absences are as expressive as the visible marks.