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Beverly Hayden’s colorful, clever, pop-art-ish pieces are inspired by life. “I'm inspired by seeing how couples (and personal heroes!) live their lives and the activities they do together, then bringing those to life in a different form through my art.”
Layering 1950s romance comics with white paint and the use of negative space, Beverly explores the psychological complexity and beauty of modern day relationships. “The comics represent the backstory that we all bring to each of our relationships and the negative space symbolizes assumptions and projections.”
Another of my newest pieces that I can't wait to show you, a pool/beach scene, is titled "Coppertone and Pina Coladas." Can't you just smell the coconut?!
I think fiber would be interesting. And jewelry. And sculpture. Now you're starting to see why I'm a mixed media artist, yes? :)
I love Robert Indiana’s bold, simple graphics. I’m smitten with Basquiat’s frenetic energy and graffiti feel. And I adore Marisol’s funky blocky aesthetic.