Honour Mack describes abstract painting as "a process that asks questions about ideas and subjects without overt pictorial commentary." For her abstract painting is a way of expressing the feeling of something, rather than trying to replicate it directly. In this series we talk about challenging yourself in the studio, where her interest in sacred geometry came from, and what it may mean to make art.
Honour Mack is currently a Professor of Painting and Drawing at Maine College of Art in Portland, Maine. She has been an artist in residence at Pacific Northwest College of Art in Portland Oregon, a visiting artist and critic at Colby College, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, Massachusetts College of Art, University of Washington, Seattle and the University of Pennsylvania.