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Feng Shui Painting

Frances R Drew

United States

Painting, Acrylic on Wood

Size: 12 W x 20 H x 4 D in

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About The Artwork

Building up a surface to give a piece actual depth and hanging elements off a piece are things I have been doing for a while. The sculptural aspect of a 2 dimensional art work having actual depth and playing with that spatial push and pull using color is something I like to do. Objects call out to me to be collected and eventually they tell me where they want to be, as they did in this piece. I started with building up the surface creating the horizontal bands. The pieces that are part of this were in my studio and became part of the whole.

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Painting:Acrylic on Wood

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:12 W x 20 H x 4 D in

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Frances R. Drew is a visual artist best known for her vibrantly colored paintings and shaped, constructed pieces. Born in Montreal, Canada, Drew presently resides in Connecticut and has paintings and mixed media constructions in private collections in California, Minnesota, Florida, Connecticut and Toronto, Canada. Artist Statement: The world cries out for color. I hear those cries and rush in to fill the need. If you leave something in front of me long enough, I will paint it. If there is nothing to paint, I will create something. Dancing in and out of the physical space with the piece I am building, I hear and create the inner rhythm for my eye music, And make harmony from chaos. I am called to cover the earth in color. As a child I was distressed by the lack of variety of bright colors everywhere. In my mind it should be a cartoon color world like Dick Tracy's. Roads should be red, blue and green, not just black and gray. Grass should be orange and maroon, not just a variation of green. Why couldn't my father wear a bright yellow trench coat? I saw the shapes, patterns and lines in everything I looked at. I wanted to refine those shapes. And I wanted them to have color. My color. And I liked making things from other things. Combining things. The physical act of working with all kinds of materials to make what did not exist before. Those early musings and desires set the course for my art making. I create what I want to see because it does not yet exist, or it does not exist the way I want to see it. I imagine it, and need to create it so I can see it. Awards and Publications: Dick Blick Award Ariel Gallery - 470 Broome St., Soho, NY. Awarded certificate of excellence in painting category. Metro Art - International Art Competition. Awarded certificate of excellence in Small Works category. Metro Art - U.S.A. Art Competition. Awarded certificate of excellence in Drawing category.

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