Image: Migration, Mixed media on canvas, 48x48”
New Orleans artist Allison Stewart has gained national recognition for her paintings expressing the complex and disturbing dialogue between man and nature. Trained as a biologist, Stewart is inspired by threatened environments and the ultimate interconnectedness of all living things. Residing somewhere between realism and abstraction, the paintings become visual diaries upon which Stewart records her responses to the fragile landscape.
Allison Stewart has exhibited her work extensively throughout the United States. Her paintings are included in many public, corporate and private collections, including the U.S. Department of State Art in Embassies Program, the New Orleans Museum of Art, the Historic New Orleans Collection, Ogden Museum of Southern Art, and the Pensacola Museum of Art. Stewart divides her time between New Orleans and the mountains of Colorado.
Stewart is represented by the Arthur Roger Gallery, New Orleans; Kathryn Markel Gallery, New York; David Floria Gallery, Aspen; Gail Severn Gallery, Sun Valley; and Desert Art Collection, Palm Desert. Her work is on display through May 10th.
Image shown: In the Bayou 2, Mixed media on canvas, 48x48"
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