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Mary Elizabeth Meditative Abstract Art | COOL. CALM. very COLLECTED.™ All art ©

New Haven, CT

"Meditative Abstract Art by Mary Elizabeth | COOL. CALM. very COLLECTED.™"
Mary Elizabeth is a multi-award-winning artist whose work is highly sought-after by private and corporate collectors worldwide. She is a graduate of the Corcoran College of Art + Design, a member of the elite Silvermine Art Guild and has done residency work at the Vermont Studio Center. Mary Elizabeth has worked on commercial interior design projects on a global level and has long-standing collaborations with Pottery Barn and Williams Sonoma Home to offer her work. She paints from a historic factory space in New Haven, CT and offers her own brand of exclusive print giclee reproductions called Abstract Fabulous. For more information, visit the artist’s website: www.maryelizabethpeterson.com

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What is your favorite material to work with?

"I am most comfortable with a brush in my hand. I draw well but it's not something I love. I love moving paint around!"
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What do you want people to do or feel when they encounter your creations?

"Modern day life produces fatigue, stress, and over stimulation. I think we all need to get away from our usual routine and allow ourselves to feel a part of something greater. My art focuses on deliberately drawing you in to improve your mental state and overall well-being. My paintings are like a re-set button."
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What motivates and inspires you?

"I’ve probably learned the most from the artist Chuck Close. I keep a copy of a magazine interview he gave in it he said “you have to deal with your fear. The part of you that says, “I can’t do it.” You have to rely on the part of you that says, “well, it doesn’t look that bad.” And you have to keep going even though there are no guarantees. I’ve found a way to work for myself by breaking everything down to the smallest pieces. I just keep working at each little unit of the painting. Today I’ll do what I did yesterday, and tomorrow I’ll do what I did today, the same thing in pieces small enough for me to handle.” I’ve put that philosophy into practice in my art and my daily life. Another thing I learned from Chuck Close is to purge your mind of references to other people. You have to put yourself into the position to be you on the canvas. That’s vitally important."
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