Mixed Media on Canvas
72 x 54 in
183 x 137 cm
Ash Almonte is a contemporary abstract painter, born in Abilene, Texas in 1983. Fast gaining nationwide attention for her unique and fresh style, Ash Almonte uses references to abstract expressionism. In her eyes, it is more about the execution than the final product; she enjoys the process of making art more than the product itself. Fueled by a desire to create, Ash began experimenting, using anything she could find. She would tear apart bushel baskets at her father's fruit stand and use those to paint on. Anything and everything around her she would turn into works of art.
This large 72" tall by 54" wide colorful mixed-media artwork is wired and ready to hang. The artist uses both vibrant colors and thick brushstrokes of bright and bold colors on a layered, colorful background. The sides of this unique artwork are painted. It does not require framing. It is signed by the artist on the front of the artwork. Free local Los Angeles delivery. Affordable worldwide shipping available. A certificate of authenticity is included.
After high school, Ash went on to obtain a Bachelor of Fine Arts from McMurry University in Abilene, where she began to perfect her unique style, working mainly with mixed media, including enamel, oil, acrylic and graphite.
She is primarily inspired by beautiful color, incredible music, outrageous fashion, raw and loud works of art, and even by taking risks. She is also moved by the process of change, individuals who are doing kind things for others, and hearing about miraculous stories of the past and present. In essence, Ash is moved by life and inspired by every minute of it. Her works are displayed in many private and corporate collections throughout the US.
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Ash Almonte was born in Abilene, Texas in 1983. Quickly gaining nationwide attention for her unique and fresh style, Almonte uses references to abstract expressionism and combines it with a layered figurative aesthetic. Fueled by a desire to create, Almonte began experimenting, using anything she could find to turn into a spontaneous work of art.
“The Chandelier series was created to express how we inspire one another,” explains Almonte. “As an artist I am attempting to portray this idea visually through the expression of light, the light we provide one another. The beauty and complexity of a chandelier is what I find best represents this light. Throughout all my works are hidden winding abstract circles, representing unconditional love without an end or beginning.”
After high school, the artist went on to obtain a Bachelor of Fine Arts from McMurry University in Abilene, where she began to perfect her unique style, working mainly with mixed media, including enamel, oil, acrylic and graphite. Ash Almonte is also the executive director of an organization providing creative opportunities and necessary resources to kids in foster care.
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