My style may be somewhat similar to Joan Miro's or Paul Klee's in that it is direct and unplanned. Yet it differs in that the subject matter is produced entirely by the subconscious. The second it becomes a conscious effort, the integrity of the work is lost.
Biography: Kelly Billette’s prints combine the precision of technology with the emotional implications of abstract painting to create a paradoxical art. The colors and forms of her work are variable, some contain sharp lines and shades of gray, others organic shapes and bright blues, reds and yellows. The titles of her works are also variable and vague, leading to viewer to consider the works. Billette’s surfaces are smooth and impenetrable, provoking questions about the authenticity of an art that was created as part of a reproduction, a piece of a series which was not intended to be a unique experience but rather a universal one. Billette’s egalitarian medium reflects her philosophy of non-academic art. She is interested in presenting work, which destroys rather than affirms an art canon. Billette has pursued her artistic vision since childhood.
Country: United States
Site: MindStream Fine Art
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