“[My paintings]…can be described as visualized moods, with the colors exemplifying the emotions felt during its conception and among its completion.” - from the artist
Andreanna Taylor was born in Kansas City, Missouri. She is a self-taught abstract artist living in Dallas, Texas.
Creating a painting is an all-encompassing experience regarding the utilization of color and texture on canvas. As an artist, [her] goal is to have the image and its presence stay with the viewer long after it’s been seen.
The paintings [she] creates can be described as visualized moods, with the colors exemplifying the emotions felt during its conception and among its completion. The colors and shapes are not only pleasing to the eye, but to the touch as well.
“Creating a painting is more than color on canvas. It is my desire to give you the ability to close your eyes and feel the paintings presence long after it has left your sight. My work is as different as the moods and emotions we share.” - the artist
“Feelings expressed on canvas are the most beautiful visions in the world. My painting are visualized moods. When I am painting, the colors, shapes and patterns are driven by emotions.” - the artist
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