Kylie Heidenheimer

248 State Street, Hudson 

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Artist Statement

I seek tension in painting. There are places in my work with air-tight figure-ground compression. Elsewhere, the latter might hover. Painted and drawn lines incise. Elements accrete, becoming collapsed structures. Spaces twist and wrest. Infinite abuts haptic. Narratives can expand or taper. Imagery may conjure interiors, landscapes and cosmology. 

I find affinity with modernist figurative artists like Burchfield and Hartley as well as contemporary abstract painting. Jo Baer’s 1983 Art Forum article “I Am No Longer an Abstract Artist” is an abiding influence. Specifically, her post-minimalist call to work with painting’s inherent visual, illusive and physical components.

kylieheidenheimer@gmail.com
Instagram: @kylie.heidenheimer
Website: kylieheidenheimer.com

Kylie Heidenheimer

248 State Street 

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Artist Statement

I seek tension in painting. There are places in my work with air-tight figure-ground compression. Elsewhere, the latter might hover. Painted and drawn lines incise. Elements accrete, becoming collapsed structures. Spaces twist and wrest. Infinite abuts haptic. Narratives can expand or taper. Imagery may conjure interiors, landscapes and cosmology. 

I find affinity with modernist figurative artists like Burchfield and Hartley as well as contemporary abstract painting. Jo Baer’s 1983 Art Forum article “I Am No Longer an Abstract Artist” is an abiding influence. Specifically, her post-minimalist call to work with painting’s inherent visual, illusive and physical components.

kylieheidenheimer@gmail.com
Instagram: @kylie.heidenheimer
Website: kylieheidenheimer.com