“Structure of Color”
“Mitch Reardon’s art appears to be submerged in a full-weighted density of geometry. Strips of color appear as cubic forms that jump, fold and bow together, moving the observer across the painted surface. Reardon hews to subtlety without letting a contrast of colors overtake and define his compositions. Instead, these paintings are about the various ways that colors can reverberate and insinuate new depths within the limits of pictorial space.” - Jill Conner, New York
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