Size: 20"W x 24"H x 0.75"D
Year Created: 2014
Ready to Hang
"Where Heaven and Earth Meet" is an original contemporary painting by Paulette Insall. It was created on a gallery wrapped canvas with high quality acrylic paints and mediums. The edges of the canvas have been painted medium gray, which creates a finished look and does not require a frame. The dominant colors in this painting are pink, light blue, and purple.
A final archival UV satin varnish has been applied to to protect the painting's surface from UV light, moisture, and dust. The painting is signed on the front and back by the artist. The title and date are also included on the back of the artwork. Arrives wired and ready to hang.
Paulette Insall © 2016
Regarded as a master colorist, Paulette Insall’s lively, elegant paintings have a compelling take on contemporary abstraction imbued with southern sensibilities. Raised in Alabama, known as the Heart of Dixie, Insall has lived and worked in Portland, Oregon for the past 17 years. Her work is informed by color and forms found in nature and influenced by the work of painters Joan Mitchell and Claude Monet. With a style all her own, Insall is known worldwide for her vibrantly colored, expressive works. Infused with a sense of spirituality, Insall’s work evokes an intimate experience of the eternal. In hundreds of private and corporate collections worldwide, Insall’s work has become increasingly sought after by patrons. Most recently several of her paintings were acquired for the permanent corporate art collection at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in Manhattan, New York. Her popularity is evident in her rapidly growing online following on Instagram, which at last count was over 30,000 followers and growing at lighting speed. She has been featured in several national and regional publications, exhibits her work at galleries across the United States, and partners with interior designers and art consultants to connect with clients in need of original artwork. Insall also sells her one of a kind paintings directly through her website and enjoys creating commissioned paintings for patrons.