SnS_ No. 1 Painting by Ashley Shellhause

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Installation view of piece at the Introduction to Appaloosa Genetics exhibition, with supporting drawing.
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SnS_ No. 1

Ashley Shellhause

United States

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Size: 60 W x 36 H x 1.3 D in

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This piece is part of my appaloosa series. The paintings in this series were created using a combination of five different patterns. Each pattern represented one gene that controls appaloosa coat coloring in horses. The two patterns in this piece were inspired by the plaster and tile patterns in the Alhambra in Spain.

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Painting:Acrylic on Canvas

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Size:60 W x 36 H x 1.3 D in

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Ashley Shellhause is best known for creating large scale acrylic paintings that emphasize materials and process. Her painting practice is heavily influenced by the stain painter Helen Frankenthaler, action painters like Jackson Pollock, and the patterns and figures of Robert Kushner. Her works are typically abstract, sometimes incorporating elements of geometric or organic patterns. The imagery in her work typically comes from her background in biology and her travels. Recently she has been working on a series of landscape and botanical paintings based on her experiences in the state and national parks. “A picture lives with the life you put into it. If you put no life into it – no thrill, no concentration of delight or exaltation of visual discovery – then the picture is dead, like so many canvases, no matter how much thorough and scientific work is put into it.” – D. H. Lawrence

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