Spontaneity of Expression: Elizabeth Schuppe

8 Aug

Sometimes, there is just nothing I love better than staring at a painting thick with color, line and texture.  The work of Brooklyn artist Elizabeth Schuppe‘s abstract work practically sings with spontaneous marks, expressive color and light.

Take Three, acrylic on canvas, 70×65

True to the Abstract Expressionist style, Schuppe works intuitively, without a forethought plan, allowing the placement of color and line to speak to her, directing the brush in her hand.

Hard Hearted II, acrylic on canvas, 44x 46

Hard Hearted IV, acrylic on canvas, 44×46

Each painting tells a story created from the artist’s emotional expression, yet in their abstract nature, we are still able to interpret their story in our own fashion.

Pearls on Five, acrylic on canvas, 70×65

To see more of Elizabeth Schuppe’s work, please visit her website.

All images are via the artist’s website.

3 Responses to “Spontaneity of Expression: Elizabeth Schuppe”

  1. Sunnyace August 8, 2012 at 10:30 am #

    Reblogged this on Sunnyace Reblog Collections.

  2. alicematilda August 8, 2012 at 3:24 pm #

    Mmm, watching these feels like feeding the soul. The paintings remind me of a weird mix of emotions. Intense anger mixed with so much joy you almost explode. Love it!

    • Lesley August 8, 2012 at 3:37 pm #

      What a wonderful observation!

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