ARTIST | Alison Van Pelt
Alison Van Pelt began this work with a perfectly painted, photo-realistic nude, then layered a scrim of linear marks over its surface to obscure the image beneath. The figure’s pose is free and open, a physical stance that mirrors a psychological state – open to infinite possibilities. The blurred paint represents a breakdown of barriers and constriction, the disintegration of the ties that bind us.
Ho’onui means evolving in Hawaiian. Alison Van Pelt’s painting reflects this idea – an image that looks as if it is breathing, moving, in flux. The artist begins with a hyperrealistic painting, then layers horizontal and vertical lines on top. The pattern created by the brushstrokes is like a vibration, veiling the original image and creating a feeling of organic change.
PHOTO CREDIT: @shadedeggesphotography
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