Saturday, August 16, 2008


Beth McAdams is a predominantly self-taught watercolorist since 1997. Color, form, and line-work are the elements of painting that are of the most interest to her. Her paintings are all abstractions to some degree, and are often non-objective. Sometimes, Beth will begin without an objective, but during the process of creating it, the work becomes and interpretation of an object or idea.
Beth tries to achieve depth in her paintings by applying many washes of transparent color, rather than by following the traditional rules of perspective. Her goal is to produce images that are reminiscent rather than realistic, and to simply share with the viewer her personal experience of creation.

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