Julie Jalil
Artist

flemjalil@grandecom.net
Abstracts
These are forceful expressions of thoughts, emotions, and energy... I painted a series of them in Fall 2009 and Early 2010. As of early April, I have 10 more abstracts that need to be photographed.


Harmony  (2007)
(48 x 72: Acrylic on Canvas)

is my first pure abstract painting, and currently it is my largest painting.


Original: Contact Artist
Limited Edition Giclee (24x36): 300
Limited Fine Art Print (24x36): $50
                                                         
Three (2009)
 (30 x 40: Acrylic on Canvas)

In fall 2009 through early 2010, I did a series of abstract paintings. All works of art invite the viewer into a dialogue regarding the meaning, thought, energy, or emotion generated by the piece.  With abstracts, this process is intensified as the viewer's unconscious is brought more fully to bear;  as such I am hesitant to write too much about my abstracts... and so I simply leave the title of the painting as one entry point.
Original: Contact Artist
Limited Edition Giclee: $400
Limited Fine Art Print: $60 




Portal (2010)
 (30 x 40: Acrylic on Canvas)


In fall 2009 through early 2010, I did a series of abstract paintings. All works of art invite the viewer into a dialogue regarding the meaning, thought, energy, or emotion generated by the piece.  With abstracts, this process is intensified as the viewer's unconscious is brought more fully to bear;  as such I am hesitant to write too much about my abstracts... and so I simply leave the title of the painting as one entry point.


Original: Contact Artist
Limited Edition Giclee: $400
Limited Fine Art Print: $60 
 


 
 Trapped Spirit (2009)
 (24x 24: Acrylic on Canvas)

All works of art invite the viewer into a dialogue regarding the meaning, thought, energy, or emotion generated by the piece.  With abstracts, this process is intensified as the viewer's unconscious is brought more fully to bear;  as such I am hesitant to write too much about my abstracts... and so I simply leave the title of the painting as one entry point.
Original: Contact Artist
Limited Edition Giclee: $400
Limited Fine Art Print: $60 
 



 
Sandstorm (2010)
 (30 x 40: Acrylic on Canvas)


 All works of art invite the viewer into a dialogue regarding the meaning, thought, energy, or emotion generated by the piece.  With abstracts, this process is intensified as the viewer's unconscious is brought more fully to bear;  as such I am hesitant to write too much about my abstracts... and so I simply leave the title of the painting as one entry point.


Original: Contact Artist
Limited Edition Giclee: $400
Limited Fine Art Print: $60 
 
 Autumal Equinox (2009)
(30 x 40: Acrylic on Canvas)


In fall 2009 through early 2010, I did a series of abstract paintings. All works of art invite the viewer into a dialogue regarding the meaning, thought, energy, or emotion generated by the piece.  With abstracts, this process is intensified as the viewer's unconscious is brought more fully to bear;  as such I am hesitant to write too much about my abstracts... and so I simply leave the title of the painting as one entry point.

Original: Contact Artist
Limited Edition Giclee: $400
Limited Fine Art Print: $60


Crossroads: Smiling in the Face
of Evolutionary Chaos (2010)

(30x24: Acrylic on Canvas)

This abstract was featured at Amsterdam Whitney Gallery during the month of April 2010.
In person, under certain lighting and at certain angles, the viewer can see an underlying pattern of lines. I have alwasy liked Miro and his titles, and so I wanted a fun, extended title. On the back of the painting the word "Smiling" appears above the crossed-out word "Trying."... Sometimes I'm trying, and sometimes I'm smiling, but the evolutionary chaos is always there.




 Explosion/Implosion (2010)
 (20x16: Acrylic on Canvas)



 This abstract was featured at Amsterdam  Whitney Gallery in April 2010. As with "Crossroads", there is an underlying pattern of lines that can only be seen when viewed from certain angles and lighting. I think the title captures the energy that emanates from the canvas.

Awesome Blossom  (2009)
(30 x 40: Acrylic on Canvas)

All works of art invite the viewer into a dialogue regarding the meaning, thought, energy, or emotion generated by the piece.  With abstracts, this process is intensified as the viewer's unconscious is brought more fully to bear;  as such I am hesitant to write too much about my abstracts... and so I simply leave the title of the painting as one entry point.
Original: Contact Artist
Limited Edition Giclee: $400
Limited Fine Art Print: $60


 Release (2010)
(24 x 30: Acrylic on Canvas)
All works of art invite the viewer into a dialogue regarding the meaning, thought, energy, or emotion generated by the piece.  With abstracts, this process is intensified as the viewer's unconscious is brought more fully to bear;  as such I am hesitant to write too much about my abstracts... and so I simply leave the title of the painting as one entry point. That said, of this series of abstracts, "Release" has the strongest sense of texture. This work was featured at Amsterdam Whitney Gallery during April 2010.

Original: Contact Artist
Limited Edition Giclee: $400
Limited Fine Art Print: $60

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