In Tucker-Ketcham's paintings, rolling hills, barns, houses, clouds, trees, and even lakes become their own individual parts and pieces in her almost abstract compostitions. These parts reflect her relational studies of color theory.
Sage says that she builds a mental "bank of images and color palettes" to use in her colorful and playful paintings.
We feature Tucker-Ketcham's new series "places and landscapes" -small paintings of spare, almost abstracted houses with stark minimalist backgrounds.
My works are small, intimate and tangible oil paintings. They're focused on using color and light to create balance, but also blur the line between observation and abstraction of nature.