Size: 18"W x 24"H x 0.5"D
Fight of Inferno shows the divide between good and evil, with good overcoming the evil, even rising out of it. This abstract piece may have a different meaning to each who views it, even different than what I see. This is the beauty of abstract works. It may be viewed in a new and exciting way each time you see it even, and you may find no one creates the same story within the piece as you do. In this way it creates wonderful conversation and could be the focal point of your room for years to come.
Lindsey Kate Meyer, an experienced fashion illustrator, works with clients of all degrees of experience. She has worked nationally and internationally with clients ranging from bloggers and stylists, to corporate companies and designers creating custom illustrations, designs, logos, and paintings. Graduating as Valedictorian from Columbia College Chicago with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Fashion Design and minor in Art History, Lindsey knows the ins and outs of the fashion and art community from concept to creation. She aims to create work that captures the elegance, strength, beauty, and confidence of the female form, while leaving a bit of mystery for the viewer. In addition to fashion, Lindsey has a strong passion for painting, from still life to abstraction. Finding inspiration within her clientele, nature, architecture, and historic painters and illustrators, her passion is continually renewed. The emotional involvement within modern art, which allows viewers to get lost in the interaction of colors and constantly have unique experiences with it, is endlessly exciting to her. Lindsey loves working with new people and new ideas, with the opportunity to alter the mood and portray new inspiration each time.