L.A. River Watercolor Study, 3
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Watercolor on Arches paper | 2020
Elements of nature, weather, journey, and time influenced Sara Marlowe Hall’s L.A. River series. After moving to a home in Atwater Village, the multimedia artist began commuting to her studio by way of the Los Angeles River. During long walks and bike rides along the water, Hall appreciated the palette and tactility of the changing weather, skies, and seasons. Inspired to translate these journeys into an abstract body of work, she created a series of plaster paintings and watercolor drawings. The layered, textural paintings of acrylic and plaster are colorful yet beautifully muted. Hall takes a more saturated approach with the watercolors, which are rich in hue and intimate in scale
10 x 7 inches
Floated: 14.5 x 11.5 x 1.5 inches
Signed by the artist.
The work comes with a Certification of Authenticity signed by the Co-Founder of Tappan
Sara Marlowe Hall
Los Angeles artist Sara Marlowe Hall's complex, textured, abstract paintings use raw pigments, plaster, and fabric to create their unique look. Her work has been featured in domino, Bon Weekender, LoQ, dwell, Vogue, Veranda, Imboldn, and VoyageLA.
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