Land of the Free
Land of the Free
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24 x 36 inches
gallery wrap canvas
framed in natural wood
original abstract art by Kristen Guest
Dawn's Early Light is Chapter 1 in my over-arching theme of "Heritage" for 2022. A collection of abstract landscapes, focusing on the places of important historical events through the lens of what these places may have looked like in the morning.
Inspired by my small battlefield canvases and created on a larger scale. Vintage newspapers from the great war era were used.
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Due to its size, this artwork is available only for local delivery. It is sealed, wired and ready to hang. Local delivery is available for addresses within San Diego, Orange, and Los Angeles counties for $100.
Each order is packed with care and professionalism, using Saatchi’s shipping guidelines as my standard. You can also choose to pickup at my studio or have it delivered locally.
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Kristen Guest is an award-winning and published full-time artist as well as a certified art instructor in San Diego, California who works in a variety of mediums and genres. She graduated from Middle Tennessee State University with a degree in Art Education, that focused on painting, book arts and printmaking, and has been teaching realism painting since 2004 and abstract painting since 2018.
Currently, Kristen is the Resident Artist at Bernardo Winery, where her studio is located, and she is a Mentor and the Director of Education at Art on 30th. Her work is represented through Ashton Gallery in San Diego, Woman Made Gallery in Chicago, Jen Tough's Artist Alliance on Artsy, Guest House Staging, and Manzanita Roasting Company. Kristen is best known for using muted and earthy hues that comes out of her love for nature, expressive gestural line work, natural textures, and a simplistic approach to composition.