Monday, June 20, 2011

Judith Brust: Life Cycles

L'Attitude Gallery is pleased to present new works by Judith A. Brust. Judith works in various media, but is perhaps best known for her larger scale layered monoprints. Through the use of natural elements and layered colors, Judith's monoprints focus on nature, balance and coexistence.

Influenced by extensive readings in the works of Carl Jung, Joseph Campbell and Gaston Bachelard, and inspired by the spiritual quality in the works of fellow painters and sculptors Mark Rothko, Paul Klee, Louise Bourgeois and Eva Hesse, Brust's art is both compelling and intriguing in its complexity.

Judith gave private drawing lessons in her home studio while raising three children and fulfilling her responsibilities as the wife of a corporate executive. When her three children were grown, she went back to school and received her MA and MFA from SUNY Albany. She has exhibited extensively in both group and solo shows in the Northeast for the past thirty years, and her work is held in many private and corporate collections throughout the United States.

Above: "Balance Disturbed", Acrylic and Mixed Media, 55" high x 46" wide

Below: "Windows to Africa I", Acrylic and Mixed Media, 53" high x 27" wide

Below: "Origins", Acrylic and Mixed Media,

Below: "Mind's Eye", Acrylic and Mixed Media, 41.5" high x 40" wide

Below: "Barriers I", Acrylic and Mixed Media, 50.5" high x 36" wide

L'Attitude Art and Sculpture Gallery

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two and three-dimensional artworks
and indoor and outdoor sculpture
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