Using a single image of a flower as her inspiration, she captures the fleeting effect of natural phenomena and immortalizes the transitory nature of life.
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With her unique vision rooted in Fractals, and a glazing technique inherent in the 17th Century Dutch masters, Deborah’s work is both a fresh perspective of and a deep insight into the familiar.
Deborah Bigeleisen’s elegantly deceptive flower paintings hover on the cusp between abstraction and representation, with different series leaning more to one than to the other, that nonetheless all take as their common denominator or point of origin the inherent non-objectivity of nature itself when explored as pure design or even mathematics, removed from our preconception of the image as a flower, or closely cropped petals.
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Deborah Bigeleisen’s evocative paintings of natural forms encompass endlessly engaging energy, movement and mystery.
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