Pushing against social convention, abstract artist LE BohemianMuse creates multifaceted artworks which challenge her artistic impulses. Each artwork reflects a story of defiance with a subtle vulnerability through the exposed layers and visible stages of creation. As a self-proclaimed colorist, BohemianMuse works against creative stagnation by placing a focus on textural elements which act as a source of detail, energy, and complexity in place of obvious colors.
“Through abstract art, I move beyond simplicity, and I am open to the complex. Seeing that life can, at moments, feel simple, but our emotions are more intricate.”
BohemianMuse is a first-generation Ghanaian-American artist from the San Francisco Bay Area. To explore the ideas of creating new worlds through storytelling, BohemianMuse completed degrees in art and theater at both Loyola Marymount University and the British American Drama Academy in Oxford, England. In addition to being a featured artist in the SF Gate article “I’m Still Creating, I Won’t Stop Creating’: Life as an SF Artist in Shutdown”, BohemianMuse was also featured in Shoutout LA Magazine April 2021 issue.