J. T. Donovan is a fine art painter and carpenter best known for his geometric oil paintings that juxtapose carefully related colors mixed by the artist. Since the 1980s, Donovan has sought to create an art that could be appreciated by anyone, regardless of background. His non-objective color theory work, painted on shaped canvases that conform to his color compositions, is informed and inspired by Richard Paul Lohse as well as the Gestalt theory utilized by Minimalist sculptors Robert Morris and Tony Smith, among others. Born in Brooklyn, Donovan currently creates his artwork in Bloomfield, NJ and Kearny, NJ. He graduated from Parsons School of Design in 1982 with a Bachelor of Fine Art (BFA) degree and later worked at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City.
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