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Andrea Bijou

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Andrea Bijou

Born: 1979

Hometown: Seattle

Based in: Seattle

 

Andrea Bijou is an American artist who is well-known for her large mixed media abstract florals and landscapes. She formerly studied with master oil realist painters as a pupil in Puerto Rico, Los Angeles, and Seattle. She currently works out of her Seattle studio in Washington state.

Her artwork has been featured in Spirituality & Health magazine, Seattle Bride magazine, Seattle Magazine, and will be in the upcoming Fall 2020 arts preview for House & Garden magazine.

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My secret place

Andrea Bijou, United States

Painting

US$ 2,500

I trust this will end

Andrea Bijou, United States

Painting

US$ 450

I am worthy of love

Andrea Bijou, United States

Painting

US$ 3,000

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About Andrea Bijou


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What inspires you?

Water is a common element in my work, regardless of medium. I am attracted to water because of its fluidity and flexibility. When you touch it, it absorbs into you. When you cry, water pours out of you. When you float, water holds you. Water is the single common element we all share and I am very interested in what unites people.


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Describe your creative process.

My work is very emotive and is a reflection of my own healing from childhood abuse. You will feel something when you look into each piece—that said, what you feel is dependent on your own complicated history. I create my work in my quiet moments of contemplation to capture the transient nature of my emotions. When I look at the finished results, that moment I was in feels preserved.


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What are 3 words that best describe your work?

Uplifting. Emotional. Colorful.


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Who are some artists that have influenced your work?

Georgie O'Keeffe. Bobbie Burgers. Louise Bourgeois.


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What is the most important tool when creating your work?

Water and paint.


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What is the best piece of advice you have been given?

Paint because you love it, even if nobody cares.


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Where do you go for inspiration?

Flower gardens. Beach.

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