“GREY TOWERS” REVIEWED IN ART LTD. / by Monique Crine

“Not unlike Abstract Expressionism and Minimalism, hyperrealism has been a well of inspiration, for not just one generation of artists but several of them. Among hyperrealism’s current adherents is youngish Denver artist Monique Crine whose strikingly handsome solo “Grey Towers” was on view at Goodwin Fine Art earlier this summer. The reason that hyperrealism is sometimes called photo-realism is because the results–in paintings, drawings or watercolors–look, to a great extent, like photos. Crine creates art at a high standard in all these mediums and, in fact, she’s built parallel careers as a painter and as a photographer. Interestingly in this regard is the fact that though there are photos included in “Grey Towers” they aren’t by Crine, but instead were done by one of her grandfathers…”

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