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New York, I Love You

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New York, I Love You Painting

Laurel Holloman

United States

Painting, Oil on Canvas

Size: 60 W x 40 H x 2 D in

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oil on canvas

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Painting:Oil on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:60 W x 40 H x 2 D in

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Laurel Holloman is known for her vibrant use of color and large scale pieces(up to 14ft) often capturing stirring emotions in a three dimensional effect. Holloman's paintings follow in the tradition of the color field painters such as Barnett Newman and yet have a symbolic message like the works of Paul Klee. Her work contains a spiritual component sometimes lacking in abstract works and the paintings have their own specific language. " I feel my paintings have a secret language born out of science and my obsessiveness with why and how we are here. I paint through abstraction with subtle hints of elemental imagery; the sky, water, fire , earth, a flying bird, cells reproducing, or a celestial bed of stars. I am obsessed with metallics and textures and use playful brushstrokes that give paintings a third dimension and explore emotion." Ever since her acclaimed debut in 2010 with her New York studio collection, TriBeCa, Holloman has firmly established her artistic presence both domestically and abroad. In April 2012, Coeur Libre exhibited at the Pantheon Town Hall by invitation of the mayor. This show was followed by Free Falling at The Ateneo Veneto and ran during the 2012 Venice Architecture Biennale and was the first exhibition to contain large luminous murals. This exhibition was also the first collaboration between Holloman and Lea Mattarella, art history professor and art critic for La Repubblica, who curated the installation. In spring 2013, All The World Inside featured 17 large-scale murals in three rooms at the Grand Palazzo Italia ( Berlin). Also curated by Mattarella, this impressive collection furthered the artist's visual discourse on universal elements and existentialism. In summer 2013 Holloman's painting Swell was picked for the group show, Nell'Acqua Capisco at the Venice Biennale where it was chosen for the official catalog. In July 2014, The Fifth Element was held in Paris at Galerie Joseph where it was met with a public increasingly drawn to the poetic emotion of Holloman's work. From this exhibition Holloman was invited for a solo exhibition at Museum Jan Van Der Togt in Amsterdam which exhibited in 2016. This grand seven room solo exhibition dealt with environmental issues and certain paintings were based on Rachel Carson's Silent Spring by featuring paintings of deer and trees in distorted violent environments.

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