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Acrylic on panel, 16" x 12". No framing required, sides of panel painted white. All paintings wired, signed, titled and dated on the back.

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These paintings stem from moments that occur in my everyday life. After taking a year off from painting when my son was born, I found that when I went back into my studio my world felt very different and my concerns had vastly changed. I was deeply affected by our interactions, watching the development of his personality and the adjustment to my new reality. By interpreting these experiences in my work, I was able to explore their meaning and understand their value. My process also changed at this time, becoming much more fluid – echoing the fluidity of my continuously changing life. I found new meaning in color, composition, and movement.
Acrylic on panel, 16" x 12". No framing required, sides of panel painted white. All paintings wired, signed, titled and dated on the back.

Artist statement for this series:
These paintings stem from moments that occur in my everyday life. After taking a year off from painting when my son was born, I found that when I went back into my studio my world felt very different and my concerns had vastly changed. I was deeply affected by our interactions, watching the development of his personality and the adjustment to my new reality. By interpreting these experiences in my work, I was able to explore their meaning and understand their value. My process also changed at this time, becoming much more fluid – echoing the fluidity of my continuously changing life. I found new meaning in color, composition, and movement.

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Elyce Abrams

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Painting, Acrylic on Wood

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Acrylic on panel, 16" x 12". No framing required, sides of panel painted white. All paintings wired, signed, titled and dated on the back. Artist statement for this series: These paintings stem from moments that occur in my everyday life. After taking a year off from painting when my son was born, I found that when I went back into my studio my world felt very different and my concerns had vastly changed. I was deeply affected by our interactions, watching the development of his personality and the adjustment to my new reality. By interpreting these experiences in my work, I was able to explore their meaning and understand their value. My process also changed at this time, becoming much more fluid – echoing the fluidity of my continuously changing life. I found new meaning in color, composition, and movement.

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Size:12 W x 16 H x 1 D in

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Elyce Abrams is an abstract painter based in Philadelphia. Her work explores the relationship between happiness and deep concern; fear and acceptance; compliance and resistance; isolation and connection. Abrams received her MFA in 2004 from the University of the Arts and her BA/BFA from Tufts University/School of the Museum of Fine Arts. Recent work has been included in many solo and group shows. A selection of which are: Connection-Isolation, Blank Space Gallery, NYC; Hybrid, Bertrand Productions, Philadelphia, PA; We're All Here, Philadelphia International Airport; Something New Every Day, NoBA Projectspace, Bala Cynwyd, PA; Les Chic, James Oliver Gallery, Philadelphia, PA: Spectral Materiality, Blank Space Gallery, NYC; Encore, NoBA Projectspace, Bala Cynwyd, PA; Lost in the Funhouse, Spring Break Art Fair, New York. Her work is included in public and private collections throughout the US and abroad, including Fox School of Business, Temple University; Royal Caribbean Cruise Line; Charles Library, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA; Capital One, Wilmington, DE; Lankenau Medical Center, Wynnewood, PA.

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