Oil on Canvas
40 x 30 in
102 x 76 cm
Artspace Warehouse (Los Angeles)
Beth Munro’s original paintings, whether composed of still life, landscape, or abstract forms, focus on pattern, color, and texture. Munro is inspired by everything from the impressionist artworks of Cezanne and abstract paintings of Willem de Kooning to the fauvist paper cut-outs of Matisse and historical quilts made by the women of Gee’s Bend in Alabama.
This one-of-a-kind 40 inch tall by 30 inch wide original artwork is a figurative abstract composition layered with many hues of oil paint on canvas. It is stretched, wired, and ready to hang. This painting is signed by the artist on the back of the artwork. The sides are painted and it does not require framing. Free local Los Angeles area delivery. Affordable Continental U.S. and worldwide shipping are available. A certificate of authenticity issued by the art gallery is included.
While Munro is inspired by art history as well as her surroundings, she is constantly in search of new ways to create form. She continuously finds further inspiration from her daughters’ illustrations. Beth Munro’s softly hued palette is unique to her work and acts as a common thread as the subject matter evolves. The interaction of color, pattern, texture, and form creates a harmonious rhythm.
About her work, she states: “I hope my work conveys a mood, delights the eye, and captures the whimsical nature of life.”
Beth Munro's abstract and landscape paintings have been exhibited and collected across the United States.
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Beth Munro’s paintings, whether composed of still life, landscape, or abstract forms, focus on pattern, color and texture. Munro is inspired by everything from the Impressionist works of Paul Cézanne and Abstract paintings of Willem de Kooning to the Fauvist paper cut-outs of Henri Matisse, and historical quilts made by the women of Gee’s Bend in Alabama. Composed of many materials such as tissue paper and woodblock prints, her paintings appear cut and layered together.
While Munro is inspired by art history as well as her surroundings, she is constantly in search of new ways to create. This combination of inspiration and innovation give her work a feeling of both familiarity and discovery. When she began her artistic journey, her focus was mainly on creating still life artworks. Although she does continue to paint in that style, her artworks have become gradually more abstract while holding on to certain formal elements of her original style. The same black and white checker-pattern that once lined the edges of dishes in a still life have now grown to defined, abstracted shapes.
Munro’s palette is unique to her work and acts as a common thread as the subject matter evolves. The interaction of color, pattern, texture and form creates a harmonious rhythm.
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