Saturday, June 18, 2011

Ellsworth Kelly Continues to Inspire Others

Brushstrokes Cut into Forty-Nine Squares and Arranged by Chance
by Ellsworth Kelly

This morning I received a nice note from Swiss artist Beata Keller-Kerchner relating to my last post on Chance. You may recall that I used an image of her piece Chariots of Fire when I posted an update on Color Improvisations. Beata has posted a nice article on her exploration into Chance and the famous Ellsworth Kelly composition titled "Brushstrokes Cut into Forty-Nine Squares and Arranged by Chance."

You are invited to Click Here to read the article and see how Beata has used this process.


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  1. Thanks for posting Terry - I love Ellsworth Kelly's work and this piece is a favorite.


  2. Great to hear from you Ian! The simplicity of the piece is so satisfying and has been a wonderful inspiration to many. Thank you for commenting.