Press Release (ePRNews.com) - NEW YORK CITY, NY - Sep 01, 2016 - The new site, allabroeksmit.com, offers her latest artworks, up-to-date news and more insights into her creative process. Accompanying documentation, photographs and videos illustrate A.Broeksmit recent artistic discoveries.
‘When I encounter a town, a country, a landscape, I know they will slowly shape and nourish my vision. I travel to gather knowledge and tools because I am always searching for different methods of working in my studio’, says A.Broeksmit.
‘When I encounter a town, a country, a landscape, I know they will slowly shape and nourish my vision. I travel to gather knowledge and tools because I am always searching for different methods of working in my studio.’
Painting alla prima the streets of Bruges with British artist Ken Howard helped her understand the Indian miniature paintings she did in London a few weeks before. Always considering new mediums, conceiving her ideas through meticulous and varied studies, A. Broeksmit explores Monet’s garden in the outskirts of Paris with watercolors, but it is in Rome that she decided to take a closer look at Renaissance Masters. ‘I think of myself as a visual adventurer, these experiences could be postcards that I send to myself’ she says, while presenting the diary of her journey. ‘The pictures I create are a time capsule for my memory.’
Returning to New York City with a new, rich and personal aesthetic, A. Broeksmit is about to start the second year of Master of Fine Arts in Painting at the New York Studio School. Today, the launch of her website AllaBroeksmit.com coincide with the final year of her studies, we already know that she is about to shake our senses with her bold and vibrant colors in a distinct body of work in the becoming.
For more information regarding the artist contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit: www.allabroeksmit.com.
ABOUT ARTALLA STUDIO
Alla Broeksmit creates colorful paintings that are concerned with portraying the figure in bold and rich colors. A. Broeksmit’s ongoing exploration of different materials and mediums has – most recently – been revealed into sculptures and layered monotypes. These new pieces are breaking the space of the canvas while holding on to the intimacy of her painting practice.