The work of Lindsey Dunnagan, Greta Olivas, and Andrea Pramuk explore breath-taking fluid worlds in unique ways. Fascinating techniques produce unexpected results. Prepare to get lost in these artworks.
Exhibit: Fluid Worlds
June 29 - August 4FREE
Lindsey uses nontraditional techniques to explore human interaction with the natural environment. She is the Assistant Professor of Art in Painting at Truman State University.
Learn more at her website
My work is full of color, which is usually the first thing people are drawn to. As the paintings are examined more closely their energy draws the viewer in. I believe my work is energy, or emotions that come through and end up on the canvas. They may seem like celestial bodies, but to me, they are a bigger understanding of the universe and our place within it.
I have always been drawn to abstract work and the power it has. When someone states they ‘felt’ one of my paintings, or it provokes emotion in someone, I know I was successful in transmitting energy through the painting.
I have been an artist since I was a child. I studied in several workshops, but I’m mostly self- taught.
I was born in New York City, grew up in Argentina, and have lived the majority of my life in Austin Texas.
Austin-based painter Andrea Pramuk received formal art training at LSU in Baton Rouge, Kansas City Art Institute, the University of Texas at Austin and the SACI program in Florence, Italy. After an extensive marketing and product development career in the artist materials industry, she continues the exploration of materials and systems through her experimental and abstract work in mixed media.