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24.00"W x 24.00"H x 0.8"D

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Ann Tygett Jones


Medium: Painting

Subject Tags: modern abstract painting, hotel art, restaurant art, blue abstract painting, white abstract painting, contemporary abstract, colorful abstract, abstract art, original abstract painting

Media: acrylic on canvas

Size: 24"W x 24"H x 0.75"D

Year Created: 2017

Ready to Hang

CONDENSATION: This mid century modern inspired abstract painting is composed of layers of dark blue, teal and whites dripping and blending together with pops of dark reds and yellows.

Very rich color palette with lots of linear paint drips. This original painting was created by Ann Tygett Jones, also available in a print form.
This is an original painting on canvas stretched on canvas stretchers, ready to be hung or put in a canvas style frame.

Artist Biography Ann is a contemporary painter residing in St. Louis, Missouri. Her focus is primarily but not exclusive to abstract images. Her artistic process began as a child through summer focused art classes and blossomed into a true passion in high school. She attended both Southeast Missouri State University and Southern Illinois University in Carbondale focusing on an art degree. Following college she spent 3 months is Auckland, New Zealand painting and experiencing the life of a kiwi (native New Zealand-er). She then followed her heart to Walnut Creek California. After a short year in beautiful Northern California, she found herself in St. Louis where she still resides today. Life fuels her inspiration and takes the form of textures and vibrant color combinations in her abstract work. Ann exhibits her work locally around St. Louis and has shown in the national Abstract Exhibition hosted by Mark Arts in Wichita Kansas. Several of pieces will be available for public viewing at Des Peres Hospital in St. Louis through the summer and fall, 2017.

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