Winslow Myers is an artist who lives and exhibits in Maine


Each of these dual images begins with a collage of fragments, some drawn from nature, some photographed, some improvised, in a continuing dialogue by which the work is discovered in the course of making it. Every paint decision on both sides is made according to the simultaneous capacity of forms and colors to describe the familiar, but also to cohere in a pattern that allows the viewer to experience the two sides as one. The rationale for choosing the diptych format is straightforward: it presents interesting compositional challenges and opens novel possibilities for the contrast of motifs. Passage series paintings are roughly 60″ x 60″, and the potential collector can look in the “Passage Studies and Drawings” section for smaller studies.