Genre painting is the art of painting subjects (usually people) in the activities of everyday life. These paintings were most often done in a realistic style and by artists who are well recognized for their work.
Acrylic paints offer so many positive attributes: fast drying time, water cleanup, huge color selections right from the tube, multiple surface preparations, brushes and other tools to work with, wild creativity, plus a modern history that includes space-age polymer elements. What more could you ask?
Focusing on the years 1948 to 1978, during which she developed and refined her hard-edge geometrical style, Lines of Sight is the first museum exhibition of her work in New York City in nearly two decades.