Piece description from the artist
I would like this to be considered part of the Enviromental Visionary Program. Our planet is beautiful and we must do everything in our power to sustain its beauty. When in Santa Fe in October, the Aspen trees were changing colors and their bright yellow leaves stood out from far away. This large abstract work is inspired by the Aspen changing trees in the fall. The leaves are full of orange, yellow, and gold metallic and make for a dramatic scene. Glass beads were added to some parts of the composition for texture and to make the painting glisten like the Aspen trees.
Anne Brawer Schwartz is a dedicated abstractionist whose painterly imagination remains grounded in the world of places and things. While pursuing a degree in Graphic Design from the University of Oregon and further studies at the Gemological Institute of America, Schwartz always maintained a painting practice, which she kept up during her 25-year career as a renowned couture jewelry designer. The legacy of her expertise as a designer is apparent in her abstract paintings and their considerations of detail, drawing, design principles, color, texture, and refracted light. Having some years ago rededicated herself to her painting studio, today her canvases have been shown in numerous group shows and are represented in collections around the world. She frequently works with art consultants and interior designers, placing her works in businesses, hotels, private homes, and design firms. Being based in LA, her paintings have naturally also been featured in numerous television shows and motion pictures.
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