“For fifty years, Phyllis Sloane has been single-mindedly investigating every possible facet of her chosen subjects––human figures, interiors, still lifes, cityscapes, and landscapes––until they begin to change and evolve, demanding a shift of perspective, a rethinking of formal vocabulary, or even a change in medium. This organic growth has, when one looks closely enough, been present even when she has temporarily exhausted her interest in a given theme and made what appears to be a radical shift in subject or medium. This lifelong continuity is perhaps the most significant mark of her integrity and accomplishment as an artist.”

– H. Daniel Butts III, The Art of Phyllis Sloane

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