Make your paintings pop! As an artist, that’s a common mantra. You want your work to come alive—you want it to catch and enrapture your viewer’s eye. If the piece isn’t interesting, no one’s going to look at it for long. Every breed of artist knows this; if your artistic creation doesn’t come alive in your audience’s eyes, you’re not doing a very good job.
What’s all this about making your paintings “pop”, though? Well, you don’t want whatever you’ve created to be flat. We all know that a drawing, a painting, or a photo, are all—by nature—flat. Does that mean they have to look flat? Perhaps you should ask this young woman.
Viewing Alexa Meade’s creations makes you stop and think. It twists your perceptions and lights a fire in your mind. Are you staring into a piece of hers, looking, searching for some small detail to break her fabricated plane of paint into a three dimensional image?
You aren’t alone, and I think that’s why her work looks to stand the test of time. Visit her portfolio here
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