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Meta Blooms Pink and Purple 1 by Rebecca Bennett - Original Artwork

$45.00

Meta Blooms Pink and Purple 1 by Rebecca Bennett
from the Meta Blooms series
Inkjet printed paper + acrylic on wood
5" wide x 7" high x 2.75" deep
Signed by the artist
Ready to Hang

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artwork will ship at close of show on 8/20/23

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Rebecca Bennett is a contemporary abstract oil painter originally from New Jersey, with a dynamic body of work that has captivated audiences across the country. Bennett’s paintings are characterized by their vibrant colors, soft brushstrokes, and layered application that create a sense of depth and movement. Bennett’s lifelong passion for art began in her childhood, and she has been studying and refining her craft ever since. She has lived in several different states across the country, which has allowed her to experience and draw inspiration from a diverse range of landscapes and cultures.After settling in Austin, Texas over 25 years ago, Bennett’s artistic career began to flourish. She began exhibiting her work in galleries and art shows throughout the country, and quickly developed a following for her striking and original style. Her paintings can be found in private collections throughout the United States and abroad. Today, Bennett continues to create stunning and thought-provoking works of art from her studio in Austin, Texas. Her dedication to her craft and her unique artistic vision have cemented her place as a talented and respected artist in the contemporary art world.

Using the sensual qualities of oil, Rebecca Bennett creates layered abstractions that explore the dynamics of color, line, and texture. The viewers are encouraged by the abstraction to interpret their experience of the work rather than the work itself. Rebecca's work plays with the abstracted modern landscape, often incorporating a strong horizon line. Light and dark, space and scale are utilized to encourage the viewers to step into the work and react, as well as reflect. Rebecca's process involves a partnership between the artist and paint, as they negotiate the surface of the canvas as if the paint possessed animated qualities

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