Piece description from the artist
In this series of hyper-colored photographs, the artist is actively exploring unique landscapes occurring in Brooklyn and in New York City. The distortion and abstractions reflect the constant movements and activity occurring in densely populated locations. The saturated, flowing colors reflect the intensity of living in the city. Through these images, the energy electrified energy New York melts through. Size is customizable.
Born in Michigan, Michelle Hinebrook is a contemporary artist living in Brooklyn, New York, best-known for her abstract paintings and glass sculptures. Her work explores geometric abstraction, lending a new perspective to our emotions, memory, perception and sensory experiences. Her paintings are a study of light and movement, subverting the way we see what’s in front of us. Her paintings reflect an intense interest in new media, color theory, visual perception and natural patterns.
Hinebrooks work has been internationally exhibited, commissioned, collected, published and reviewed. Hinebrook's paintings have been featured in over 50 group exhibitions, 18 solo shows and are also included several public and corporate collections. Various institutions have invited Hinebrook to serve as visiting artist/critic or lecturer, including the College for Creative Studies, College Art Association, Pratt Institute, University of Michigan, BGS University, Urban Glass, Snowfarm, Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, Artist Space, Parsons, Western Carolina University, and Nurture Art. She is currently a resident artist at XO Projects in Brooklyn, an Adjunct Associate Professor at Pratt Institute and Visiting Instructor at Urban Glass.