When starting his transition towards abstract painting, he combined his graphic skills with his mastery of color, and followed a path that would lead to his artistic peak, during his full abstract expressionist period.
Fuller Potter's work evolved towards a mature and personal form of abstraction.
Potter never pursued the drip/throw action mode of abstract expressionism to any notable degree.
His paint is delivered with loaded brush in hand, opulently, generously and aggressively - keeping with the style of Ad Reinhardt's early works and with Jackson Pollock's 1940s pre-drip works.
ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONIST MASTERPIECES
Scroll through the gallery below to experience some of Fuller Potter's masterpieces.
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