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Inspired by colors during my travel to Puerto Rico
Swish 30"X40" original art
I am an abstract artist that looks beyond the surfaces and focuses on the expression of hope and progress through paint. I have developed new ideas through dreams and exploration of my imagination. When I start each painting, I always have an idea to express and that
resulting work is an abstract expression of my inner thoughts.
Through a series of abstract acrylic paintings, I express feelings of pain, love, hope. and progress. My unique unified technique evokes emotion while challenging the mind to see the unseen and unspoken. Representing a step forward for my ancestors and children, a red foot-print is incorporated into each painting in this series.
This piece of work started it all. "Who am I" shows an expression of emotion in a bold, exciting, and taking chances way as a no mistake abstract artist. Every brush stroke is intentional and has meaning.
Award-winning mixed medium artist, Theresa A. Brown, is highly sought after artist.
Having a lifelong passion for art and artistic expression, Theresa followed her interests and began to hone
her craft at the acclaimed Virginia State University, where she graduated and earned a
Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Commercial Art and Design with honors.
Over the years, her work has developed a style that is unique and exudes unifying qualities that capture the imagination and compels the mind to see the unseen and unspoken in each one of her uniquely created works of art. Inspired by the beauty of life each of Theresa's mixed media artworks have an inspirational story related to its creation. Her eclectic works of art have received high acclaim.
Her art has been on exhibit nationally including the Stockley Garden Art Festival; Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art-Boardwalk Art Show; Newsome House Museum-The Technology Series; The Charles Taylor Visual Arts Center-Virginia Juried Artist Exhibition;The Williamsburg Contemporary Art Center (WCAC)-Untold Stories-An African American Perspective; WCAC Stryker Center Exhibit; a solo exhibition at the Norfolk Arts Offsite Gallery-Racial Inequality, Crossing the Line from Hope to Despair; Her Story-Manhattan Arts International; National Exhibition-Intersectional History Women's Caucus for Art (WCA) Woman Made Gallery, Chicago; Why I Vote exposition; See My Color: A Social Justice Call; and What is Ours? art call for the
Sandy Spring Museum.
Using her gifts, she has been able to stay connected to and inspire the next generation of artists through her University expositions at local colleges and universities Norfolk State University and Paul D. Camp College. She has also exhibited at the XX: Women Show at Cab Art Gallery, University of North Carolina Wilmington.
As an advocate for the spread of arts through her community, she supports the Hampton Arts League and is a beloved member of the Charles H. Taylor Visual Arts Center an artist member organization of talented regional artists who reside and work in Hampton Roads.
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