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Spacious Skies No.3

Spacious Skies No.3

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20 x 16 inches
faux encaustic technique
wood panel
original abstract art by Kristen Guest
signed on the back

INSPIRATION

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 clouds at dawn with creams, rosy pinks, and spring greens—softened by the velvety texture, which also gives them a vintage appeal.

I use acrylics and drawing media to create a "faux encaustic" texture that closely looks and feels like the beeswax used in encaustic painting. No wax was used.

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Artist

Kristen Guest

Kristen Guest is an award-winning and published abstract expressionism artist, mentor, and instructor in San Diego, California who works in a variety of mediums and genres. She studied Art Education at Middle Tennessee State University and has been teaching realism since 2004 and abstract since 2018.​

Currently, Kristen works out of her studio at the Bernardo Winery, teaches a variety of classes and workshops, and is the Director of Education at Art on 30th. She is represented by Ashton Gallery in San Diego and Jen Tough on Artsy, as well as showcased in premier homes throughout San Diego with Guest House Staging. She also creates work for designers, national exhibitions, and online galleries.

Best known for muted hues, expressive gestural line work, subtle natural textures, and simplistic approach to composition, Kristen draws her inspiration from various regions and landscapes.

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