Artist of the Month
At art school, Allie, like most art students, studied the famous painters of the past, but it was the Impressionist movement that captured her attention and helped direct her own art. Realism is too realistic, modern is too, well, cubed, but impressionism is perfect—what is your impression. Doesn’t get much more personal than that. This piece, Flowers on a Sunny Day, allows the viewer to choose their own point of reference. Flower, sky, grass, sun? You decide where the eye should rest and linger. Allie has harnessed the power of subtlety and made the art about the viewer, not the artist. How impressive.