Yvette Molina is a regular (if you will) at Oakland, CA’s Johansson Projects’ gallery, although her work has been all the way from Uruguay to France to Hawaii. I happened across her most recent exhibit at Johansson Projects just this past weekend and became fascinated. Her work is inspired by a deep fascination with plant life, in which she pulls from extensively from her collection of living specimans. Her signature is to paint upon aluminum which gives her paintings a rich and unique texture and glow. Yvette’s bio mentions her move into the public art work… I can’t wait to see what this form of art for her will look like.
Here are some of Yvette’s other paintings from her web site.
Posted by Catherine on November 28th, 2012 at 6:48 PM | Comments (0)