Neo Abstract Expressionism by Estelle Asmodelle

Abstract Expressionism by Estelle Asmodelle
Neo Abstract Expressionism by Estelle Asmodelle

“Estelle loves to paint emotional pieces, that beckon the inner part of ourselves. She believes longing and desires that we hold are just under the surface can be released easily using abstraction. It is not what is seen in art but in ourselves, that is art’s greatest gift.”

Estelle believes that abstract expressionism is undergoing a profound renaissance and so she refers to her contribution as Neo Abstract Expressionism. Neo Abstract expressionism artworks by Estelle Asmodelle are available for purchase on this website, with FREE SHIPPING worldwide!

Japan and the world

Estelle lived in Japan, for five years, and exhibited at the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum as part of the UNESCO International Friendship Exhibition in 1991. She also started the Tokyo Eki (train station) Exhibition, displaying and selling work in Shinjuku, Ikebukuro and Tokyo. Since then she was also involved in group shows in Los Angeles, San Jose, and La Jolla. Some of her work has also been exhibited in New York, San Francisco and London.

Australia

Back in Australia, she continued to exhibit and ran solo shows at Gig Gallery, Artemis Gallery, Global Gallery and dozens of other small to medium galleries in  Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and regional areas. She was also part of Melbourne Art and Brisbane Art. Additionally, she was also part of the Redfern Artist’s Group and other groups with over 100 group exhibitions throughout Australia and New Zealand. These days Estelle lives and works on the Central Coast of NSW and travels often.

Inspiration

Usually, Estelle’s works are larger canvases, while at other times some smaller works are on paper or cotton. Works are often inspired by hypnagogic states (the state between being awake and asleep) and take non-conventional forms that are designed to challenge artistic symbolism and archetypes. Estelle believes abstraction makes art truly a personal subjective experience, and as the there are no conventional forms or structures the viewer’s image is personal and unique.

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