Art Abstracts By Dean
View a new perspective on life and the human spirit. Experience the emotion of a mother/artist.
I describe my work as objective and non-objective abstract. As a painter, I am motivated by my life's experiences. I hope to depict that constant battle from within. The power struggle over that which is complete happiness to that which is sorrowful. Searching for perfection within a painting which is never accomplished. What is perfection?
When I create, I hope to make the viewer experience motion and movement within the canvas. Over-lapping intense color and creating a very busy little enviroment. I love the use of color and heavy texture. Every curve and line is important to the piece. I want my paint brush and knife to depict the emotion I am feeling at the point of contact with the canvas.
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In 1998, I gave birth to a beautiful baby boy. Loving motherhood, I decided to have another little boy a year and a half later. This awakening gave me a fresh new perspective on life and love. I had a reason to truly live and not just for myself. It was this awakening that made me want to start creating again. I would describe my work as abstract. My use of the human form always takes on a symbolic and expressive meaning, tempting the viewer to feel. I love a strong use of color. I want the paint to jump out and touch you. I hope you feel the emotion my brush strokes are commanded to create. My art work is often full of movement. The viewer is drawn into the canvas...moving with the motion of the paint. I don't find myself creating polished pieces. I like the idea of something sophisticated, yet raw and bold. My long journey in life has given me much inspiration. My artwork shows the human spirit and deep personal growth. The depictions of a souls journey from within. The power struggle over that which is complete happiness, to that which is sorrowful. An artist, trying to be perfect but realizing along the way life's ultimate lesson...it's the simple things that matter. The smile on a childs face, a kiss, the suns warm...life. My hand paints this distinctive pattern of truth. In 1991, I attended The Savannah College of Art and Design.
Country: United States