The conception of this painting began amidst the pandemic, during the summer. I knew I wanted to create a painting that showed an un-nameable emotion. We’re all in our homes, waiting for a worldwide pandemic to subside, and for the moment when we finally feel comfortable enough in the outside world to put on our shoes and greet each other freely. This moment is simply the intermission till we can wear our shoes again.
Oil paint on 24"x30" wood panel
The back of the painting has a hanging wire installed so it's ready to be displayed on your wall.
Juried Group Show at Viridian Artists Gallery in Manhattan, New York, NY
Length/Depth: 24 in
Width: 30 in
Height: 2 in
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Anna Lyle is a contemporary narrative artist from Birmingham, Alabama, but currently living and working in St. Paul, MN. After receiving her Bachelor of Architecture from Mississippi State University, Anna moved back to Birmingham to pursue her career as an artist. Anna is mostly self-taught, working in oil paint as her medium. Starting this fall, she will be continuing her arts education and obtain her MFA in Visual Arts at Minneapolis College of Art and Design (MCAD).
Her work has been exhibited in Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Missouri, California, New York and London.
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