The artist held a question & answer session on April 16, 2011 at Spanierman Modern, discussing the paintings of her exhibition Jasmina Danowski: Meridians Ago, on view April 14-May 7, 2011. The event has been segmented into eight short video clips based on the topic of conversation.
Danowski talks about Meridians Ago as a series, describes how she begins her paintings, and showcases the types of brushes she uses.
2: The Process
"How long does it take you to create a painting?"
"Do you know when you're finished?"
3: On the Meridians Ago Series
“This series seems like a big evolution from the last. Did you find that you were pushing yourself trying to make new kinds of marks?”
4: Influences of Long Island & Maine
“How long were you in Long Island and Maine?”
“Did you do sketches while you were there or back in your studio?”
“So it’s all memory? You don’t take photographs?”
A focus on Deer Isle, 2010
5: Technique & Mediums
“You’re working in other mediums now?”
6: More on Process
“You must have a large studio!”
“What piece are you most pleased with in the series?”
7: Influences of Maine on Color
“How many pieces do you work on at once? Are the colors quite varied?”
“Which did you paint more or less at the same time?”
8: On Improvisation in Painting & Titles
“Do you have a process for your titles?”
A focus on “Eating Wisdom Spoonwise,” 2010
Wrap up and thank you