Monthly Archives: May 2016

On Clyfford Still’s painting “PH-235”

(A talk given by Peter Illig at the Clyfford Still Museum, Denver, Colorado) The material leads to the spiritual.  Or another way of saying it, the spiritual is in the material. How is this possible?  Why would troweling paint pigment … Continue reading

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Art review in ‘Westword’ – May 2016

Figuratively Speaking finishes off with a group of five Peter Illig paintings. Illig’s style refers to mid-twentieth century book-cover art and advertising, giving them a post-pop sensibility. Assembling various disparate images combined in the same piece, Illig’s work is allegorical, … Continue reading

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