Elliott Green seems to be espousing that landscapes are living forms governed by rules we cannot fathom — they appear to be welcoming us, but we might be wrong.
Green has attained something that few artists accomplish in their lifetime: he reinvented himself.
“Ordinarily, I feel a sense of solidarity in isolation with other artists. I feel it even more during our enforced isolation.”
Elliott Green has channeled the landscape paintings of the early Northern Song dynasty along with the fantastical landscapes of the Sienese painter Ambrogio Lorenzetti.
A look back at a critic’s reviews, views, and articles.
I liked Outside In because I found out what five artists whose works I have followed are doing these days.
It must be summer. There are group shows galore all over Manhattan. This is when you get to discover new artists, get enthusiastic, become disenchanted, fall in love, fall out of love, all of the above, and none of the above, in one day, and still have time to sit back and read a book of poems in the evening.