Pamela Gwaltney, 'Crossroads'. Contemporary Art, Paint Works, Sculpture - California, Maryland, DC, Bay Area.
Pamela Gwaltney is an artist whose work combines aesthetic elements from minimalism, geometric abstraction, 3D shapes and LED lighting. Her unique interpretation of these elements provides an immersive and sculptural experience, where the viewer is invited to explore light, space, movement and meaning. Her 'Portals' and similar works create an air of mystery and contemplation. Ms. Gwaltney has studios in Potomac, MD and Calistoga, CA where she creates her commissioned artwork.
Pamela Gwaltney, Pam, Modern, Art, Contemporary, Abstract, 3D, 3 Dimensional, Artwork, LED Light, Sculpture, Painting, Painted Works, minimalism, Portals, Geometric Shapes, Acrylic, Wood, Canvas, California, Maryland, DC, Bay Area. Art Studio, Mixed Media, Hand Made, Light and Space Movement
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Crossroads (After Burgoyne Diller)

Acrylic on Wood
78″ x 16″ x 2″

The gray and blue lines create a vertical road, and the red and yellow shelves mark horizontal intersections. Shadows play an interesting part, especially at night when they are more dramatic. The piece offers a quiet but not-to-be-overlooked presence.

Burgoyne Diller’s “Second Theme” (1945) inspired this piece. He was a follower of Piet Mondrian and studied under Hans Hofmann. He is one of my favorite abstract artists of the mid-20th century era.