Monotype - Unframed
Anne Russinof often does paintings on paper to loosen up for the larger canvas works. The point is to free her hand.
For her, everything begins with color. She begins a painting by applying color in lyrical, gestural marks. The marks coalesce into a structure, a loose grid.
Anne Russinof is inspired by things she sees: a visceral reaction to manifest a feeling physically through paint. That initial visual stimulus is often related to color.
Anne Russinof is an American abstract painter whose work examines color and structure in a gestural, expressionist manner.
She has been a member of American Abstract Artists since 2014.
Born in Chicago, Illinois, she currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.