Abstract art uses a visual language of shape, form, color and line to create a composition independent from visual references.
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Gallery Wrap 28.5 x 48.5″
Mixed media consist of encaustic, oil, alcohol inks, chalk pastel, on wood.
“From a picture of my daughter in middle school came the inspiration for this work. The little girl appears to be reaching out for something as the water pours over her. The pouring water represents the tumultuous time that is adolescence. She might be searching for life’s meaning or possibly what is waiting for her in life.”
Gallery Wrap 24 x 9″
Mixed media consist of encaustic, alcohol inks on acrylic sheet and wood panel.
“Inspiration came from a picture that I took in Kauai, Hawaii. I was captivated by how the massive trees dwarfed the jogger. The path among the trees, with the light at the end of the tunnel, reminded me of a road to recovery. The light at the end of the tunnel represents better days ahead.”
Fire and Ice
Gallery Wrap 22 x 35″
Mixed media consist of acrylic, alcohol inks, encaustic, resin on wood panel.
“A picture taken in Salt Lake City, Utah is the basis for the piece. It was winter and the river was frozen. I added the fire to the ice to represent the constant conflicts that are prevalent in our world as opposites, such as good and evil, coexist.”
Journey of Self
Gallery Wrap 24 x 30″
Mixed media consist of encaustic, oil, alcohol inks, soot, chalk pastel on wood and acrylic sheet.
“This artwork evolved to what it is now. It began as a memorial to my sister and then took on a meaning of its own. The more I worked on it the more I realized that it was not about my sister as much as it was it was about me. It represents the journey that I have undertaken to find myself.”