Jennifer Losch Bartlett
Jennifer Losch Bartlett is active/lives in New York, California. Jennifer Bartlett is known for modernist views-objects, grid images.
Known for painted images that appear to move back and forth in a
progressive way, Jennifer Bartlett conveys a sense of computer systems
operating behind the visual movement of her work, which is both
abstract and realistic. Her career as a Conceptual artist "came
of age in the late 1960s" when at age 27 and reflecting the prevalent
style of Minimalism, she decided to do all of her artwork on a 16-gauge
steel panel, 1-foot square that looked "like a very thin flooring tile"
(Katz 106) and that had been pre-prepared with silk-screened grid
lines, giving the appearance of graph paper. For the next several
years, she worked on these panels by dabbing a "single point of paint
into some of the tiny squares." The result was unpredi ... Displaying 750 of 3425 characters.