Paintings by Tom Dimond Artist Talk & Reception
For the last five decades, Tom Dimond has been following a creative trajectory that dances between minimal and maximal; playing a highly controlled geometric structure against the openness of intuition and chance. Dimond came of age in a moment of cultural transition and artistic experimentation. It was an era that saw the triumph of high modernism and the institutional dominance of abstract painting, a new playful, exploratory approach to sculpture and an emerging interest by artists in issues of ethnicity, identity and global politics. An artist talk and reception for his exhibition is scheduled for March 1 from 5:30 – 7 p.m. at Clemson’s Center for the Visual Arts.