"A New Season," 24" x 24"
Oil on Canvas.
"Depicting the summertime is a timeless subject in art history. The lightness of the season, the longer days and warm nights, the explosion of colors that come alive again in nature after a cold, dark winter. I work to capture those feelings of joy and the promise of a fresh start and new beginning in my intuitive art practice. After the long, difficult year we have experienced globally, and continue to experience with the relentlessness of the Covid-19 pandemic, I am making work using bright, bold colors that aim to capture not only the energy and spirit of the summer months but the feelings of hope that the dynamic season brings."
Monica Shulman is a contemporary artist whose brand of gestural abstraction is a form of story-telling and draws attention to the singularity of her mark-making. A first-generation American of Cuban and Argentinian descent who left her career as an attorney to focus on her art practice full-time, Monica Shulman lives and works in the lower Hudson Valley with her husband and their two young children. She has been featured in various publications including Popular Photography, Westchester Magazine, and The Huffington Post. In 2019, the Director of PULSE Art Fair in Miami invited Monica to participate in the “Next Generation” exhibit to celebrate the fair’s 15th anniversary. Her work has been shown at the American Academy of Arts and Letters in New York City, Photo LA, Art Market Hamptons, PULSE Art Fair, and the New York Mercantile Exchange, among others.
The artwork is sold in perfect condition.
Includes signed certificate of authenticity.
Equipped with gallery wire on the back for easy installation.
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