I am pleased to announce I SOLD a Shower Curtain of “The Yellow Brick Road” to a buyer from Atlanta, GA on FineArtAemerica.com! Thank you to the buyer and thank you FAA! The original artwork is color pencil on pastel paper, and created in the 80’s. Inspired by #DavidBowie #art #showercurtain #YellowBrickRoad #fantasy https://fineartamerica.com/saleannouncement.html?id=f0ea805301c7870222e73bcedb17aa60
I just found this old Artist Statement from 2016. ??? I wrote it when I completed an artwork called “Hope Floats”. I must have lost this, but my computer found it when searching for art statements. LoL. Here it is & here is the art I SOLD on VangoArt one year ago. Enjoy! : “To me, art is therapy. I love colors, line and movement. I approach my art with a lot of thought but express it spontaneously via painting with acrylics and mixed media. It usually achieves a rhythm or pattern that brings harmony and connection to the universe and natural world around me. A fairly recent piece I have completed is “Hope Floats”. It is a pseudo abstract piece of a woman holding an umbrella, both taken up by a gust of wind, her apron string become butterfly wings. Surrounding her are more butterflies, musical instruments, notes, snippets of word poetry, owls and a dolphin and mermaid statue drawing inspired by sculptor Carl Milles and the Missouri Botanical Garden, proclaiming “Man is the dream of the dolphin” a quote taken from musical artists, Enigma. The piece speaks in riddles and rhymes, mainly proclaiming, “Follow Your Hearts Desire.” This mixed media art illustrates a good reason of why I do my art. This is my work: I follow my hearts desire. I am inspired by nature, animals, people, music, illuminated manuscripts, beauty, color, trees, spirituality and art history. I have somewhat of an environmental conscience when I create, sometimes feeling Mother Nature speaks to me in some way, wanting to express her message in my artwork: Linking people to the natural world, with its magic and beauty, is the aesthetic of my vision. Like a navigator, I love to explore and learn new things. A twisting line of color and movement often makes me feel like a space traveler, not quite touching earth. Travelling the world searching for clues and meaning, hoping to connect via a coincidence or some kind of geographical or scientific discovery. What is the reason for our existence? Will there ever be an answer? ”
~Genevieve Esson/Artist Statement 2016 © https://fineartamerica.com/featured/hope-floats-genevieve-esson.html
Hello Everyone, Hope you all had a Merry Christmas! I am having an End of Year Before New Years Sale. I have 10 left out of the 22 Original Paintings. Originally $250 – NOW $125. Repeat buyers of my art get an additional 15% OFF. EMAIL me to purchase. I was commissioned in 2016 to design 22 Original paintings for the City of Creve Coeur. The banners are now on display on Olive Blvd between Tempo & New Ballas over the I-270 corridor.
I am pleased to announce I SOLD the original painting, “Woman In Red” to a buyer in St. Louis, MO. Thank you to the buyer and thank you FAA. #woman #red #winelovers #wine #redwine #painting #acrylic #figureative https://fineartamerica.com/featured/woman-in-red-genevieve-esson.html
I am pleased to announce I SOLD the original painting, Jardin Du Fragonard to a buyer in St. Louis, MO. Thank you to the buyer and thank you FAA. https://fineartamerica.com/products/jardin-du-fragonard-genevieve-esson-art-print.html
I am pleased to announce I SOLD a Throw Pillow – 14″ x 14″ of Monarch Butterfly Spatter Paint to a buyer from North Venice, FL. on FineArtAmerica.com! Thank you to the buyer and thank you FAA! #monarchbutterfly https://fineartamerica.com/saleannouncement.html?id=2f532df8862b13694762edeb0bb129e6 via @fineartamerica