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Leah Nadeau
Age of Machine | Paintings by Leah Nadeau
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Age of Machine | Paintings by Leah Nadeau
Age of Machine | Paintings by Leah Nadeau
Age of Machine | Paintings by Leah Nadeau
Age of Machine | Paintings by Leah Nadeau
Age of Machine | Paintings by Leah Nadeau

Age of Machine - Paintings

Price $2,400

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Estimated Arrival: June 1, 2022

60H x 29W x 0.25D in1 lb

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This painting was inspired by the imagery in the music video Age of Machine by American rock band Greta Van Fleet. After seeing the video for the first time, I kept coming back to the aerial images of what I interpreted as industrial factories in the US that contribute greatly to climate change. Greta Van Fleet is my favorite band and they’re from Michigan, just like me.
29 x 60 x 1 inch, acrylic paint on unstretched canvas. Because of its large size, this painting comes rolled in a tube with free US shipping. After it arrives, you’ll need to take it to a framer to have it stretched. Stretching typically ranges from $40-$100.

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Item Age of Machine
Created by Leah Nadeau
As seen in Creator's Studio, Ann Arbor, MI
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Leah Nadeau
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Wescover creator since 2018
I create art that celebrates being different and unique.

Leah Nadeau is a contemporary abstract fine artist living in the Seattle Metropolitan area. She is originally from Grosse Pointe, Michigan. Nadeau’s vibrant artworks combine geometric abstraction, energetic color stories, loose brushstrokes, and clean linework. Her work is inspired by travel, architecture, her film studies, and time periods in culture and design such as the German Expressionist Movement, the Art Deco Movement, and the Mid-Century Modern Era.

Nadeau is a self-taught artist, that went to school for media & film studies in San Francisco and then Wales, UK. It was during her schooling that she realized her passion for abstract art and color theory. In college, she focused on Media Studies but nurtured a growing fascination with the abstract expressionist painters of the mid-century. She would go on to pursue a Masters of Film Theory degree, and the inspiration gleaned from her studies encouraged her to pick up a brush and paint every day.

Her works have been exhibited in numerous exhibitions in multiple states. Most recently, two of her works were purchased for permanent display in the Henry Ford Health Center Cancer Pavilion in Detroit, Michigan. In the past, she has co-authored a children’s book, created an adult coloring book, and is the artist in residence for Ferlito’s in Grosse Pointe. Nadeau has also created public art that is permanently displayed in the city of Grosse Pointe, Michigan.

In addition to her passion for creating art, she also loves spending time with her nieces, watching and analyzing movies, and advocating for mental health awareness, climate change, and social justice. Nadeau currently resides in Ann Arbor, Michigan, where she paints in her home studio daily.