The artist's work frequently explores the close relationship between form and color. But rather than asserting any specific relationship — between color and form, or between elements of their subject matter — their dynamic paintings capture the concept of continuous fluidity and transformation.
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Avery Z. Nelson’s paintings convey a sense of movement, fluidity and transformation. The artist’s work frequently uses hues that slide from one to another, capturing colors in moments of transition as they change from warm to cool tones. Nelson’s compositions combine their deft use of color with an exploration of form—depicting seemingly abstract shapes as they shift into figures with dynamic possibilities.