Texan artist Ash Almonte's vibrant original paintings are inspired by abstract expressionism combined with an optimistic contemporary outlook. Almonte is inspired by beautiful color, incredible music, outrageous fashion, and likes to take risks while transforming her artworks into stories. Her paintings are friendly and candid, bringing life and exuberance into the homes of her collectors.
This one-of-a-kind 48 inch tall by 60 inch wide colorful mixed-media artwork is wired and ready to hang. Ash Almonte uses vibrant colors and thick brushstrokes of bright and bold colors. She cleverly applies resin and other varnishes to parts of her work to give it a characteristic glimmer. The sides of this unique artwork are painted as a continuation of the front. It does not require framing. It is signed by the artist on the front of the artwork.
Free local Los Angeles area delivery is included. Affordable Continental U.S. and worldwide shipping is available. A certificate of authenticity issued by the art gallery is included.
Ash Almonte is a contemporary abstract painter born in Abilene, Texas in 1983. Fast gaining nationwide attention for her unique and fresh style, Ash Almonte's energetic works that balance organic shapes with masterfully delicate ink drawings enliven any space. In her eyes, it is more about the execution than the final product; she enjoys the process of making art more than the product itself and hopes to evoke that joy in others.
Almonte is particularly enamored with the multifaceted symbol of the chandelier: “The Chandelier series was created to express how we inspire one another,” explains Almonte. “As an artist I am attempting to portray this idea visually through the expression of light, the light we provide one another. The beauty and complexity of a chandelier is what I find best represents this light. Throughout all my works are hidden winding abstract circles, representing unconditional love without an end or beginning.”
Her artworks have been exhibited and collected worldwide, including Austin, Texas, Los Angeles and Hong Kong.