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Fall: A Hurried Abundance Painting

Jessica Matier

United States

Painting, Acrylic on Canvas

Size: 72 W x 42 H x 1 D in

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The fist clench before it releases and succumbs to nature, in this case, death. The red linear triangle represents the three aspects of time. The shape also references the chemistry symbol of change. As the petals fell away and were carried into space. The limited palette represents the remnants of a hot summer in full bloom against the misty greens of dying vegetation one finds in the winter. Falling seeds rest outside the painting, waiting to reemerge in the spring out of the dark abyss. You can find this in the red flowers on the left of the spring painting. There is a feeling of temporal overabundance. Flowers bloom in a hurry, only to die. All of the flowers originate from the thin green stem below. The flowers are overwhelming the branch and are dying in their speedy growth against the coming winter.

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Painting:Acrylic on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:72 W x 42 H x 1 D in

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Jessica Matier attended Parsons School of Design. In 2016 she departed from watercolor and collage practices to pursue a mixed media approach to abstract painting. Her work was in group exhibitions in the New York City, New Jersey, Chicago, FSU Museum of the Arts, and The Other Art Fair, Brooklyn. In 2019 Rutgers University acquired the painting, Natural Things, on display at the Camden Center of the Arts. Matier was born in South Korea in 1985. When she was three months old, she was adopted and raised in New Jersey, where she currently resides. Statement I create internal landscapes to illustrate the flow of energy to dispense overlooked ideas that subconsciously dictate my present thoughts and actions. I intend to create opportunities for self-growth, and in effect, illustrate the collective progression of humankind. I add mythical and alchemical symbols to punctuate self autobiographical images to serve as references for the metastory based on the transcendence of everyday lives into ideal states of being. I utilize all water-based mediums at a vigorous pace to execute a painting without interruption from second thoughts and trivial tangents. The interactions between the mediums transmute themselves into an image appearing out of an unknown origin. I simultaneously amplify the materiality through pastel mark-making and brushstrokes of acrylic to differentiate between the abstract subjects within a piece. The variety of visual elements intend to invoke harmony, translating into a sense of inner peace.

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Handpicked to show at The Other Art Fair presented by Saatchi Art in New York, Brooklyn, New York

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