· NANCY CHARAK
- Cri de Coeur 6429, 2010 -- Watercolor on birchwood panel -- 18"x24" -- $400
- Cri de Coeur 6462, 2010 -- Watercolor on birchwood panel -- 18"x24" -- $400
- Cri de Coeur 6464, 2010 -- Watercolor on birchwood panel -- 24"x18" -- $400
My purpose as an artist is not necessarily to tell the truth—it is to captivate you for as long as I
can hold your attention. It is not necessary for the artwork to be any more than what it is. What is necessary is for the art to flow from inside and to allow the artwork to spring from my entire set of experiences and sensibilities as an artist.
My current favorite giants, to name just the women, are Agnes Martin and Joan Mitchell for the
purity of their thought and action on the canvas as well as Linda Karshan, Sandra Blow, Vija Celmins, and Katherina Grosse. Whether what they do is lyrical, expository or just plain brash, to my way of thinking they are all pure abstract expressionists who make marks, lines, shapes, colors on paper, canvas, even buildings, and say to us, “ here look at this, make of it what you will.”