UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
This white yarn painting consists of one continuous spiral motion created by white yarn and this spiral continues until it meats the barriers or the 42"x42" canvas
Elizabeth is from Washington NJ, where she graduated with an associate degree in fine arts from Warren County Community College, in 2018. She is furthering her education in studio arts at Drew University in Madison NJ, and is currently in her last semester. Elizabeth exhibited her work at the WCCC First Alumni Exhibition, October, 2019. Five of her artworks were also recently accepted in the Greenpoint Gallery in Brooklyn NY, January, 2020. And the Senior Thesis Exhibition, in the Korn gallery at the Dorothy Young Center for the Arts.
Elizabeth’s artworks consist of assembling an array of mixed media to build a dramatic pop of colored abstract textures that come together to create feminine forms based off of specific women. In order to convey these textures, she uses wood, yarn, plaster, clay, and paint. Elizabeth’s assembled pieces give the impression of very neat and meticulously placed as well as, much time consumed in order for the finished product the come to life.
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White Yarn Painting