Painting and Drawings

“The only way one can really say anything about their painting is to paint, yet we try to shed some light on the mysteries of the non-objective artist. I am not a writer; I am a painter. I paint from everyday experiences and emotions: joy and sorrow, forms of the city, or drama at midnight, the dynamics of space, and the power of machinery. I paint what I know and feel about life extracting the essence into my own abstract images. The problems of balance, of color, of texture, etc., are all artists’ problems, which should become invisible in the process of development.”

Aaronel deRoy Gruber, excerpt from an early Artist Statement