About Andrea Brewster
Andrea Brewster held a Digital Artwork and Design Certiﬁcate from the Middle For Digital Arts, San Francisco, CA, in 2000. Her work includes otherworldly, natural abstractions referencing organic life and pure processes. He’s significantly intrigued by the mathematical order underlying progress patterns and the dynamism of “S” curves.
She creates items out of wet-formed, translucent vellum paper, coloured with watercolor and coloured pencil. With out being intentionally referential, Andrea seeks to create bio-morphically indeterminate works, mendacity someplace between the pure type of crops, microscopic sea creatures, and science/fictional biology; otherworldly and acquainted, comforting and disquieting.
The Enchanted Backyard Exhibition on the Mercury 20
Brewster utilized synthetic intelligence to create semi-abstract floral compositions to recall nature for the Enchanted Backyard collection exhibiting at the Mercury 20 Gallery from Might 5, 2023 in Oakland. To take action, she makes use of colour and lightweight to emphasise the soul of her topic. On this manner, Brewster highlights the power of floral photographs to discover themes similar to the way forward for the pure atmosphere through which we dwell. The collection displays a spot that captures the essence of nature and presents it as an enchanted backyard the place magical flowers bloom in delicate shades, with every petal a canvas for surprise and wonder.
Hi there Andrea! First, inform us the place you grew up and when or the way you understood you needed to turn into an artist.
Hi there there! I grew up within the San Francisco Bay Space, and needed to be an artist since I used to be a baby. I’ve at all times beloved to make issues and discover completely different media and concepts. The query of “What if…??” has lengthy been a basic a part of my follow as an artist.
Please briefly describe your method and inform us what drives you to make artwork.
As a mixed-media artist, I’ve utilized numerous methods and mediums, together with handwriting, textiles, paper, 3D printing pen, and AI. I need to make artwork as a manner of exploring and am significantly intrigued by the pure world and work concurrently otherworldly and familiarly.
What’s the most important characteristic that has modified in your work or follow?
The media and methods I’ve used have modified significantly by means of the years. I’m continuously on the lookout for new methods to discover and new mediums to check out. Digital media fascinates me. However, concurrently, a constant theme flows by means of my work, stitching it collectively right into a single entire.
Which artist primarily evokes your work? And is there one thing else, outdoors visible arts, that retains you motivated?
I’m presently very impressed by the work of Czech outsider artist Anna Zemankova. My walks on the paths of the East Bay hills are a relentless supply of inspiration. Right here I remind myself of our reference to the pure world and the way essential it’s to guard and preserve wild areas, at the same time as we turn into more and more technologically subtle.
How would you want folks to interact together with your work?
The best reward for me is when somebody says my work is gorgeous, because it means they’ve linked with the piece and have allowed a tiny little bit of the aesthetic into their system. I hope that tiny seed continues to develop and blossom inside them.
Unfold the phrase! Do you will have something thrilling on the horizon?
I’ll have a solo present of my new AI work at Mercury Twenty Gallery in Oakland, CA, from Might 5-June 10, 2023.