Image Resources | Currently on View in Nicholas H. & Marguerite L. Noyes Gallery
The title of this painting refers to snow and flowers, an unlikely natural landscape that is conjured by the colors and textures of this work: broad circular areas of yellow, blue, red, and green paint in the upper and middle portions of the canvas suggest bright flowers popping up through a thick blanket of snow. Joan Mitchell's dynamic brushstrokes and the vertical patterns of dripping paint reveal the presence of the artist by alerting the viewer to the physical act of painting.
Ann M. and Chris Stack, Indianapolis, Indiana; given to the Indianapolis Museum of Art in 1998.
Untitled Grid (Blue Queue; No Melon, No Lemon; Daredevil; Blue Double U; Grayello; Volkswagons Rust; Emblems; A Redder A; Antititian; Gray V; Felt Tip Pen; Look for (Spanish); Greyer G; Middle of a Film Noir; Green Genre Painting; Violetter)
Kay Rosen (American, 1949-)