Creating esthetically pleasing compositions that spark memories and feelings, creating a sense of pleasure that ignites the soul.
Embracing my creativity to challenge myself with every piece. Conquering a new perspective, a new feeling, a new color scheme, a new idea to every painting.
Allowing my personal experiences, self growth and discipline to advance my talents as an artist.
The ability to capture a composition that brings light and distortion to the viewer's eye. While giving each piece both a realistic and abstract appearance.
Alyssa finished her fine arts degree in 2010 at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities. She also graduated with a double minor in art history and communications. She then went on to complete her 200-Hour yoga certification in 2011. Alyssa continued her studies in 2015 and became an Aesthetician, currently working at Spalon Montage- Edina. She describes her "triangle" of jobs as a unique balance of esthetically combining the mind, body, and soul into all of her work.
She currently is focused on large-scale oil paintings of glassware, as well as commissioned work. Her inspiration of the series stemmed from Dale Chihuly’s work, a glass blower, because of his unique designs. Alyssa’s passion is using this idea to study the effects of light and distortion through glass while experimenting and creating her own compositions.
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