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#1034 GET UP WITH THE GET DOWN GOLFERS - Print

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#1034 GET UP WITH THE GET DOWN GOLFERS Print

Heather Blanton

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This fun golfers piece is a slight departure from my usual stark white background because I realize not everyone will wnt want white! The soft blue color holds an ocean of colors. Metallic bronze shimmers in the light adding a dimension of light to the piece. Extra deep 2 inch stretchers make it quite substantial on the wall. Comes wired and ready to hang. Hope it will add fun and light to any space! Love and Light

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Print:Giclee on Fine Art Paper

Size:10 W x 10 H x 0.1 D in

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Included in Saatchi's 20 ARTISTS TO WATCH IN 2020 Known for her creative works depicting the art of motion while celebrating competition and the human spirit, Heather Blanton is an American painter and photographer living and working in St. Augustine, Florida. Recent commissions include PGAT0ur HQs. Her latest series, “Sports,” depicts a wide range of subjects from golfers in mid-swing to cyclists peddling toward the finish line to hundreds of marathon runners racing to glory. Born in Jacksonville, Fla. in 1973, Blanton studied art at the University of North Florida and The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale. She spent three years living in New York City exploring hand-manipulated and distressed Polaroid SX-70 film images. As analog film teetered on the edge of extinction, Blanton turned to fine art painting as her next medium. Today she has created hundreds of large and small sports paintings influenced by Abstract Expressionism and conflicted by a blend of animation and whimsy. “My works are focused on the energy of the race,” Blanton explains of her “Sports” series. “They are easily distinguishable by compositional elements of color and form. By creating dialog between the viewer and the subject matter, this series is a cohesive collection of flat images with a chaotic, pattern-like style where the lines and negative spaces are almost as important as the subject matter.” A professional artist since 2004, Blanton has successfully shown in nearly 50 exhibitions and her work can be found in public and private collections around the globe from Amsterdam and Atlanta to Manhattan and Miami. She has been featured in numerous publications and media outlets and continues to work as the conduit to capture her client’s passions of skiing, cycling, golfing, horse racing, and everything in between.

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