Acrylic and collage on stretched canvas
Dimensions: 78.7cm (H) x 63.5cm (W) x 3.8cm (D) / 31" (H) x 25" (W) x 1.5" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
This piece is about impermanence and uncertainty, the feeling of ambitions being washed away or taken in a different direction.
Signed and dated on the back. Edges are white with paint drips visible. Wired on the back for easy hanging. Comes with the pictured Fir floater frame.
Unframed Dimensions: 24” W x .625”D x 30” H
Framed Dimensions: 25” W x 1.5” D x 31” H
Hometown: Arlington, WA
Based in: Seattle, WA
Jessalin Beutler grew up in small dairy towns north of Seattle surrounded by nature and animals. Always a thinker and an artist, as a child she was often found in her room combining the two in heartfelt letters to friends and obsessive journaling. She also loved spending time outside, staring at the grass taking photographs with analog equipment as early as 10 years old. She graduated from Whitman College in 2004 with the decision that pursuing art and making would become her lifelong focus. Primarily self taught, Jessalin's work has taken many forms: drawing, photography, printmaking, graphic design, illustration, paper making, painting and textile design. Her process is personal and intuitive, using painting as a way to understand unconscious motives and feelings, connect, and be present to innate knowledge that we all carry around within but may not be aware of. In doing so, her work can be raw, emotional and energetic and also beautiful and contained. We are all of these things.
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