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Modern abstract painting original blue and orange color field geometric art / 14x11 / ELSTON

original blue and orange color field geometric art / 14x11 / ELSTON

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The Soul-stirring, Mesmerizing Art of Ann Marshall

Lauren: Lauren came to my studio wearing a simple white dress. Fine art portrait by Ann Marshall | The Decorating Diva, LLC

Stalk, Version 2 Sopheap Pich (born Battambang, Cambodia 1971) Date: 2009 Culture: Cambodia Medium: Bamboo, rattan, wire Dimensions: 144 × 54 × 26 in. (365.8 × 137.2 × 66 cm) Classification: Sculpture Credit Line: Lent by Tyler Rollins Fine Art Rights and Reproduction: © The Artist and Lim Sokchan Lina

“I’ve done lots of queen paintings. They are also a site for a similar struggle where I want to break through. I want to make paintings of women where they are actually shouting. The queen paintings are not always queens, they are all sorts of women and making them break through and make some impact is hard; it doesn’t go with my character to do that.

According to Jack Hanley Gallery, ”…Eleanor Moretonʼs paintings call into question the relationship of authoritative women and symbolic masculine attire. She seamlessly glosses together polemic historical images to create new potentials.”

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The Soul-stirring, Mesmerizing Art of Ann Marshall

Ann Marshall's mixed media art collage titled "Olivia". Haunting. Beautiful. Red. | The Decorating Diva, LLC

CommentArt.com excavates the superficial, visual aspects of Eleanor’s artwork to find the underlying essence, “There are a number of themes which run through Eleanor Moreton’s work. These themes reflect her interest in psychoanalysis and gender, in history and literature. What links them is a commitment to the imaginary, the fictional and a preoccupation with the way the images of the imagination become paintings.”

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Betsy Youngquist: A Sense of the Fantastic

Detail on Betsy Youngquist’s “Otto” (2010).