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Saturday, May 18, Funeral service. More Obituaries for James Wilson. Looking for an obituary for a different person with this name? James D. Add a Memory.

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Share This Page. James "Moon" D. He was employed at Dach Fence Company. An avid Chicago Cubs and Bears fan, Moon loved his pets, fishing, playing hockey, baseball and fast-pitch softball, golfing, bowling, drag-strip racing, NASCAR and tipping a beer with friends.

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But most importantly, he loved his "Roxy. He is sorely missed, greatly loved and watching over us all.


He was preceded in death by his father and his brother-in-law, Bill Vesely. Funeral Service 1 p. Rockton Avenue, Rockford. Visitation 11 a. In lieu of flowers, memorials to Rebecca Collier. Online condolences may be expressed at www. Read More. What draws you to these highly saturated palettes?

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I want to avoid, as much as possible, literal or illustrative interpretations of my work. If I were to use a monochromatic red palette, as another example, then I would be referencing cultural associations with the color red- which vary from culture to culture, and don't have anything to do with what I'm trying to say.

I use colors as signifiers or surrogates for various letters, numbers or symbols.

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Yellow means "X", blue means "3", green means "frog", or what have you. I use the brightest, purest, most saturated colors I can find to represent pure forms, and then shades in between to suggest interactions.

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The individual pieces in your current project are almost exclusively small in scale. Because I don't have a studio, which would allow me to work on larger works undisturbed for the length of time necessary to generate them. Smaller works allow me to explore various ideas in a reasonable window of time and space. Why the departure? Because my work is in a constant state of growth and maturation. I structure my work in projects.

I have lots of other projects I'm working on, I have just refrained from presenting unrelated pieces in that particular context. We just chose to highlight this particular aspect of my work. Is the concept of precision important to your work? Yes, very. To be a little more specific, the concept of "precise imprecision" is important to me. The imperfect perfection visible in all [of] nature.

There are no truly straight lines or perfect circles in nature.

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Perfection is a conceptual conceit that only exists in the mind of man. Complex interactions of competing forces arriving at a state of approximate, ever shifting equilibrium is the true nature of the universe, as far as I can tell. Skip to main content. Art World. Andy Moon Wilson. Curator's Office. Matthew Smith.

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