Statement & Bio

Artist Statement I am the daughter of an artist. For the last four decades, I have been painting serious pieces. And I’ve been a full-time professional artist for six years now. My work is contemporary, eclectic and generally takes the style of abstract expressionism. I will reflect a different artistic viewpoint in a highly abstract […]

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Estelle’s Publicity

This is a select list of publicity about Estelle Asmodelle’s creative pursuits. In particular her abstract expressionism artworks. These are all feature articles. When I get time, I will add more but it takes time to find all the old publications and list them. You can see more about me and my other pursuits and

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Art Websites

Here you will find other Art websites where you can get Estelle Asmodelle’s abstract expressionism artworks. However, please note that buyer from these retailers you will pay to ship, only on this personal website can you buy the artworks with free shipping worldwide. Bluethumb Estelle’s Bluethumb profile also has many abstract expressionism artworks. This is

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Estelle’s Resume

The Estelle Asmodelle Resume is only a short list of the main aspects of Estelle’s varied career, while many are left out, for during 40 years of painting there is too much to squash into a web page. The Estelle Asmodelle Resume sometimes will need updating as she is involved in shows all the time, and so more

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Estelle’s Artbooks

Estelle Asmodelle’s Artbooks are retrospectives of different periods of her art career, showing different artworks in different countries and the influences that inspired such art. Transience: The Art of Estelle Asmodelle The first of Estelle’s Art Books is ‘Transience:” is an exploration into Estelle Asmodelle’s neo-abstract expressionism and a journey into the perception of form

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New Abstract Expressionism!

“Estelle loves to paint Neo Abstract Expressionism emotional pieces, that beckon the inner part of ourselves. She believes longing and desires that we hold are just under the surface can be released easily using abstraction. It is not what is seen in art but in ourselves, that is art’s greatest gift.” New Abstract Expressionism Estelle

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