Abstract Art – Paint by Number
This artist was curious about textiles, which was her first fine art medium.She began to research other studies and techniques of the fine arts. Gathering the necessary tools of any one medium, she discovered that the talent to originate and hone her own technique within that medium was always there.In her paintings, Ostrov daringly uses primary colors, which are scarcely used in the United States, but are common in South American and European art. This use of highly saturated color has put her into local galleries and in addition, her work has gained many generous Awards through both local and national competitions. With her collage pieces, paintings, and creative, yet edgy photo work, requests from galleries such as Art Expressions, Michael Josephs’ Gallery, New River Gallery, Leche-Vitrines Art Alliance and Artist’s Eye Fine Art Gallery as well as galleries from the New York scene have become a mainstay.
The general intent is to find a way to express an idea or thought in an exciting and creative way. Most of the paintings begin with a photograph which she has taken. This provides an inspiration for the variety of subjects to paint. These paintings draw to the challenge of capturing a moment and recreating it in a realistic, abstract, or non objective painting.
Instinctive with the belief that these paintings will end up having an expressive quality that will invite the viewer to analyze the work and ask this question: “What did you have in your mind or thought process to produce the painting?”
These paintings have won awards and placed in juried shows in Florida including:
Art Serve Broward County, Artists’ Eye Fine Art Gallery, Art Expressions Gallery,
Artists Haven Gallery, Broward Art Guild, Broward Library Gallery 6, Coral Springs Museum, Cornell Museum of Art, Delray Museum Art School, Florida Watercolor Society (Signature Membership), Fort Lauderdale Museum of Art, Gold Coast Watercolor Society, Hollywood Art Guild, Miami Watercolor Society (Signature Membership), Palm Beach Watercolor Society, Parker Playhouse and Plantation Art Guild.
We invite the viewer to enjoy, analyze and question these artwork patterns.
This set contains 22 paintable patterns.
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