Acrylic/Collage Gallery

Chocolate Shop----63" x 48"----Acrylic on Canvas

Chocolate Shop—-63″ x 48″—-Brown’s Fine Art

Coffee Break----36

Coffee Break—-36″ x 60″—-Brown’s Fine Art

 GESTURE SERIES

Gesture 3----48" x 36"----Acrylic/Collage on Canvas

Gesture 3—-48″ x 36″—-Brown’s Fine Art

Gesture 2----48

Gesture 2—-48″ x 36″—-Brown’s Fine Art

Gesture 3----48

Gesture 1—-48″ x 36″—–SOLD

CANYON WALLS SERIES

CLIFFHANGER IV---70

Cliffhanger IV—70″ X 62″—SOLD

Marking History III---48

Marking History III—48″ x 36″—SOLD

Formation III---60

Formation III—60″ X 48″—SOLD

Formation-----60

Formation—–60″ x 48″——SOLD

Mesa I—-60″ x 48″—-SOLD

Mesa II—-48″ x 36″—-Artist Studio

Mesa III—-48″ x 36″—–SOLD

Mesa IV—-48″ x 36″—-SOLD

Barancas Diptych—-30″ x 60″—-SOLD

White Cliff—-48″ x 48″—–SOLD

                                                                                                                          

TRACES OF TIME SERIES

Kairos II—-36″ x 36″—-SOLD

Kairos III—-48″ x 36″—-SOLD

                                                                                                                                                                   

ALCHEMY SERIES

  • Alchemy––— a form of chemistry and speculative philosophy practiced in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance and concerned principally with discovering methods for transmuting baser metals into gold.

Artist Statement: In this new series, I am exploring the use of metallic acrylic and wax in both the acrylic and encaustic paintings. In each media, I work in many layers of wax or paint and either scrape or sand the panels to reveal the marks underneath, thus revealing the history of the painting. The paintings are about transformation and are inspired by textures and personal symbols, text, letters, words and  past experiences.     mrb  

Alchemy IV ——- 12″ x 12″ x 2″

Alchemy V ——— 12″ x 12″ x 2″

Alchemy VI ——- 12″ x 12″ x 2″

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CONSTRUCTED SERIES 

A Delicate Balance—-60″ x 48″—-Acrylic—-SOLD

Dot Matrix—-48″ x 36″—-Acrylic—-SOLD

Architectonic II—-48″ x 60″ —-Acrylic Collage—SOLD

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  THE INDELIBILITY OF REMEMBERED LANDSCAPES SERIES
Giverny Impression--- 48

Giverny Impression— 48″ x 48″ — SOLD

Giverny Impression II--- 48

Giverny Impression II— 48″ x 48″ — SOLD

Giverny Morning --- 36

Giverny Morning — 36″ x 36″ —Brown’s Fine Art

Roman Wall—-48″ x 36″—-Artist Studio

Golden Falls—-48″ x 36″—-SOLD

Venice Wall—-60″ x 42—-SOLD

Aspen Grove—-60″ x 42″—-SOLD

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HABITAT SERIES

The Habitat Series was painted during the design/build process of the new home and studio near Santa Fe. Two of the acrylic collages are shown below:

The Glass House—-24″ x 24″—-Acrylic/Collage

Habitat II 24

Habitat II 24″ x 24″ SOLD

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MEMOIRS SERIES

Sisters 8

Sisters 8″ x 8″ SOLD

Fishing—8″ x 8″ x 2″ —SOLD

 

 

4 thoughts on “Acrylic/Collage Gallery”

  1. Dropping you a note to let you know that at this very moment, you are my favorite living Abstract Artist. The size of all your pieces are ones in which I used to love to work. The thickness of the surface come off well in reproduction. I believe at one point you mentioned that abstraction is a departure from reality. Not that it needs an excuse, but I have been grappling between realism and my need for a justification to lose all sense of representation. So happy to have found your Art.

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  2. Rachael Cecchetti said:

    I just discovered your work and I LOVE IT! Your colors, textures, structure and the sizes. Your work inspires me to be a better writer. I live in Sonoma California and I would love to see your work in person, could love to buy one of your works!
    I have thoroughly enjoyed discovering your work.
    Best,
    Rachael

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    • Hi Rachael.
      Thank you so very much for your positives comments. My work is shown at Karan Ruhlen Gallery in Santa Fe, NM. I hope you can visit our wonderful art-filled city one day.
      Cheers,
      Martha

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