large scale Original Canvas Art
My mission is to create and share beauty that brings you joy, serenity, and harmony in an otherwise noisy and imperfect world. I see beauty as an invitation to savor this one precious life and a way to experience a sense of the eternal. It is my hope that my nature inspired art beckons you to a place where you not only feel connected to the beauty of the human experience, but also to what lies beyond our sight.
Have questions? Call or text me, the artist, at 503-443-1237 or email me at email@example.com and I'll get back with you asap! xoxo -- Paulette
Paulette Insall was raised in Alabama, known as the Heart of Dixie. She has lived and worked in Portland, Oregon for the past 18 years. Her work is informed by color and forms found in nature and influenced by the work of painters Joan Mitchell and Claude Monet. In hundreds of private and corporate collections worldwide, Insall’s work has become increasingly sought after by collectors around the world. Most recently several of her paintings were acquired for the permanent corporate art collection at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in Manhattan, New York. She has been featured in several national and regional publications, exhibited her work at galleries across the United States, and won awards for her artwork. Insall sells her one of a kind paintings directly through her website and enjoys creating commissioned paintings for her collectors.
Contemporary Abstract Painter Paulette Insall's paintings come from her heart....expressing emotion as a visual language, using pure color and expressive marks to connect and communicate. Her abstract art emits a special light and magic that is both spiritual and moving.
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Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text me at 503-443-1237. I would love to speak with you!
Working out of my studio in Portland, Oregon, I make expressive joyful abstract paintings informed by the color, forms, and beauty of nature.
I’m so blessed to have many collectors of my work, which is in hundreds of private and corporate collections worldwide. The thing I hear most from my collectors is that when they look at my paintings, instantly they feel a sense of joy and peace.