Floating jellies

24.00"W x 24.00"H x 1.5"D

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Paula A. Wright


Medium: Painting

Subject Tags: forms, organic, contemporary, abstract

Media: acrylic, enamel, oil on canvas

Size: 24"W x 24"H x 1.5"D

Year Created: 2018

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I am interested in fluid colors, textures and patterns, I love the look of blown glass. For this painting I used layers of poured high gloss oil enamel. This paint is very thick and the colors are vibrant. The paint is poured on a flat canvas and allowed to flow to create these colorful organic jelly fish shapes. When it dries to a high gloss it looks just like blown glass jellies.

My name is Paula A. Wright. I am a Vango artist. Thank you for visiting my portfolio. I was born in the Bronx, NY from Argentinean immigrant parents, I lived the first part of my life, until the age of 20, between two countries moving often between New York City and Buenos Aires. The two great centers of art provided me with the base from which to develop my artistic talent. I went to Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NYC to follow a career in Architecture and learn how to fold my love of design into structures. I worked for 10 years in architecture then made the decision to focus on my two children and my love of painting. Shortly thereafter I moved with my family to Florence Italy where I was able to explore and further develop my skills through studies in art history and studio painting. While in Italy I began teaching a beginners painting class. Teaching has since become another passion. My early work consisted of Tuscan landscapes that inspired me, creating paintings and murals that bring the beauty of Tuscany to everyone that experiences them. Soon after I began painting landscapes, I became more interested in the colors, patterns and the texture of the paint than the subject matter. This led me to try different mediums and explore the fluidity of paints. I began using very thick high gloss Enamel paint that flows and dries almost like blown glass. I have been exploring this medium and adding found objects like gravel sand and sea shells to create contemporary landscapes. The resulting flowing forms are recognizable patterns in nature, such as the bark of trees, foaming waves and ocean creatures. I use this fluidity to create organic shapes that represent nature and contrast with this cold high gloss enamel material.

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