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Crise by Kimmy Quillin
Crise
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    Kimmy Quillin

    Crise

    Original Artwork

    Dimensions: Height 24 in x Width 20 in.

    Medium: Acrylic and pencil on canvas

    “Crise” was painted in a directionless time for me creatively. In French, “crise” means “crisis,” which is where I felt I was with my paintings. I wanted to push my use of colors further into the boundaries of what worked together or didn’t. Going back and forth between grayed-out tones and bright pops of color, what emerged from this painting was a shattered stained glass window. It felt like a crystallization of the crazy news that was coming in every day with the #metoo movement and the stories coming out of the White House along with a new chapter of being exclusively a painter without a backup job.

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    Crise

    Kimmy wanted to push her use of colors further into the boundaries of what worked together or didn’t when creating Crise. Between grayed-out tones and bright pops of color, what emerged from this painting was a shattered stained glass window. It was a crystallization of the crazy news that was coming in every day at the time, along with a new chapter for Kimmy of being a painter exclusively.

    Kimmy Quillin

    Kimmy Quillin

    Works in Brooklyn

    Kimmy Quilin with her choppy bob haircut and a living room shrouded in warm clay colors, could be her own indie movie heroine. Underlying Kimmy’s study of colors and forms, whether in expressionistic strokes or recent minimalism, is a love and attention to things around her.You'll love Kimmy if you: appreciate diners in the city for their neon tubes and retro leather booths despite their terrible service.

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