Gina Love

The cultures we live in put pressure on us to conform to what is considered 'normal'.

Someone once told me to just paint flowers to make my work more commercial. In May 2015, my abstract painting became focused on Dr Horney's "tyranny of the should" and the conflict between aesthetics and artistic intention.  Using colour, layers of paint and textures to create pieces, translating it from subconscious, free flow painting techniques, and thought patterns into a vivid aesthetic. In the last 2 years I've used Instagram to show my art to a wider audience and have several exhibitions in 2016

View all artwork by: Upfest 2016

Art work by Gina Love