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Colorfield Gallery






Description
"Color Field Painting" was a popular form of creating paintings in the mid 20th centrury. The paintings were usually non objective and comprised mainly with the use of acrylic or oil combined with solvents. The emphasis was on color blending techniques as well as shapes. The movement became popular in the mid century with artists i.e.
Morris Louis, Helen Frankenthaler, Kenneth Noland, Mark Rothko, and many others.

Al Morris is a native of Louisiana. Currently his working studio is in downtown Panama City and his Gallery named "Colorfield Gallery" is on Scenic Hwy 30A in Seacrest Beach , Florida. After many years spent in Atlanta in 2011 Al moved to the Gulf Coast to pursue opening a gallery to showcase his technique of Color Field Painting. It has been a dream come true.

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Seacrest welcomes those who want to relax without a worry. Lounge by a dune lake, bask by the beach or stroll to the shops. In Seacrest, you don’t need a set schedule.

Head to this family-friendly spot to join a tight-knit community in all-natural surroundings, but also for shopping, dining, outdoor adventure and – of course – the beach.

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