"The influence of Jackson Pollack and abstract expressionism is evident but never determinative in my paintings. "
Lisa Sabo Brown comes from a long line of artists. Her grandmother was a painter and ceramist, her mother an ardent ceramist and sculptor. Her father was an art director at the outset of television. With these origins, Brown’s creative side flourished early.
With her MBA in drawing and painting in hand, Brown is now a full-time artist with studio space in Flint, Michigan. Though Brown’s early paintings utilized oils, she soon changed to acrylics, preferring the spontaneity and immediacy of the medium. Her paintings are expressive and multi-layered, with rich colors and bold brush strokes. The influence of Jackson Pollack and abstract expressionism is evident but never determinative in Brown’s paintings.
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