Its A New Day by Lynette Ubel  acrylic on Canvas   36"x36"
Its A New Day by Lynette Ubel acrylic on Canvas 36"x36"

Lynette Ubel

A lifelong passion for art fueled by a deep sense of creativity.
At the core of Lynette Ubel’s being is a painter. She knew from her earliest days that she was destined to be an  artist, so she fostered her creativity in a multitude of mediums and eventually chose a career in graphic design.  Having received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Visual Communications from The University of Kansas, Lynette worked with two different Kansas City-based advertising agencies. Feeling the “artrepreneurial” tug and a need for more creative freedom, she left the agency world to form Ubel Arts.
While Lynette’s 25+ year career has produced a versatile portfolio of award-winning photography and design, it is her calling as an abstract painter that is emerging in full, vibrant fashion today. Her artistic vision now manifests itself in contemporary abstract acrylic paintings that feature an explosive style of remarkable depth and motion, artfully infused with structure and linear form.
Every painting springs from her free flowing curiosity, taking viewers on an ever-evolving journey of color, texture, and exploration. The layered, ambiguous forms in her paintings comprise a recognizable theme for people to see and interpret what they need to see in that moment in time.
Lynette’s art has been shown in numerous galleries, a one-woman museum exhibition, and corporate offices. Her work is currently exhibiting in fine art galleries, as well as being part of a corporate permanent collection. She is  prolific and in her personal studio has developed an impressive body of work for galleries and collectors.
ARTIST STATEMENT
My art is a personal diary of color, form and texture that gives insight to the world as I see and reflect it. I have been gifted with the ability to translate energy and feeling into art that radiates back to the viewer. My work is guided by intuition and emotion, so the color and content of each piece feels as unique as the day on which it was created.
I start by introducing texture to the canvas with modeling paste and gesso being brushed, dripped, pasted  and thrown onto the surface. I read and interpret the developing canvas before bringing in appropriate swaths of color and scrubbing the pigments to reveal rich textures. This process of adding and removing continues as more color, shape and lines emerge, creating multiple layers and depth. My work is informed by my design background yet  inspired by the beauty I have seen in my travels and the world from all vantage points.

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