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visual artist inspired by the often opposing energy of the city + the sea | fine art + commercial art
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Painting: Acrylic on Canvas. Abstract cityscape created with colors of the sea and a dash of metallic copper. Hanging hardware installed. Keywords: blue, urban, water, Cityscape, buildings, paint drips, city, mark making, copper, details, metallic Subjects: Abstract Styles: Abstract, Abstract Expressionism, Fine Art Mediums: Acrylic
Maybe if I had graduated from art school rather than getting degrees in psychology or had a better memory of Pollock (note to self: consider watching Pollock again), I would have picked up on it earlier. The first time I remember seeing Lee Krasner’s work in person was at the inaugural exhibition at the new location of the Whitney Museum of American Art, America is Hard to See.
The painting comes to me. The mood. The color palette. The idea. The mark making. The story. Images are gathered – mentally and physically. Patterns are noticed. Colors stand out. Thoughts occur as marks are made. The energy informs the painting. The painting informs the energy. The amalgam of color, shape, form, marks, and theme begin to merge. The process of painting becomes the inspiration.
Looking for an original art piece that’s also budget friendly? Meet my nine edition embellished print collection. “Valentine” is a limited edition printmaking series based off of a single watercolor painting. The original watercolor painting was reproduc… http://ift.tt/2DS5BSwhttps://t.co/LIMnSTr0Rh
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