Sean Scully has always demonstrated a great commitment to abstraction, his paintings and works on paper incorporate a geometric structure with a soft and irregular application of pigment.
The artist’s awareness of scale always sets the tone, but the pure beauty that can be perceived from his brush stroke makes one surprisingly quietly into a state of uneasy enjoyment.
“I look at my paintings for a very log time before letting them out of my studio. I like to get one he tread mill and look around at all of my paintings while I exercise. I try to stare them down to make them down to make them reveal their weaknesses. If they reveal weaknesses, they get repainted.„