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Magic Maker. Jeffrey Simmons.

There is work that enchants us for a moment, we think, “oh, that’s very nice!” but then move on, maybe occasionally coming back to it.  But then there is work that is completely mesmerizing from the moment we see it, drawing us in and nearly drowning us in its magic.  These watercolors by Seattle artist Jeffrey Simmons have me utterly hypnotized with their radiating forms and precisely blurred lines.

Jeffrey Simmons, Palindrome II | artsy forager #art #artists #watercolors Jeffrey Simmons, Gravity Well III | artsy forager #art #artists #watercolors Jeffrey Simmons, Resonater II | artsy forager #art #artists #watercolors Jeffrey Simmons, Offset Echo II | artsy forager #art #artists #watercolors Jeffrey Simmons, Work in Progress May 2014 | artsy forager #art #artists #watercolors


These pulsating forms have an incredibly cosmic quality, like stars shining brightly in the blackest night.  The shifts in color are so incredibly subtle, that I find my eyes moving almost imperceptibly between forms, diving down into the depths and then emerging to the feathery banks.  This is watercolor taken to another universe, devoid of tradition and full of possibility.

To see more of Jeffrey Simmons‘ work, please visit his website.  You can see his work in person at Greg Kucera Gallery in Seattle, one of my favorite spots in my favorite city.

All images via the artist’s website.  Artist found via Greg Kucera Gallery.

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