Brenda S. Foreman


brenda foreman“Life is filled with mystery and beauty—places, people and thoughts. My art work is a synthesis of experience, observation and memory – a life’s journey – each artwork is like a page in the artist’s journal.” “My recent work presents the paradox of that ‘we think is real’ with what ‘is real’; suggesting an even closer link between the material and the spiritual nature of life. “ Taking color inspiration from the world around me, non-objective works spring from well designed paintings, pushing bold, lush colors around until I discover an idea to develop further. Non-objective, abstract painting is a very inspiring and creative means of expression for me.”

Brenda, is an Ohio native and alumna of Capital University, Bexley, and the Ohio State University, where Brenda has studied with artists – Richard Phipps, Gary Ross and Jack Greave. She accepted fine art, commercial art and photography commissions during her tenure as an art instructor in the Worthington School District in Ohio. She has participated in many Art Invitationals. She exhibits her work during ARTSGO! – at the Hendricks County 4H Conference Complex, and at the Danville Public Library. Brenda resides in Hendrix County now and paints from her studio which she opens to patrons and friends upon request.

Brenda will be on exhibit at the Art Center from July 5 through August 29, 2014. There will be a reception with Brenda’s work and a meet and greet evening on July 11, 2014 from 6-8 pm at the Art Center. Light refreshments will be served on this special recognition evening and music will be provided by local pianists. Please make it a point to stop by the Art Center during this reception for the artist or anytime during July and August to see this beautiful display of art. It is an event you will not want to miss. The Sugar Creek Art Center is proud to present this artist and her wonderful works of art.

 

Orchid Blues by Brenda Foreman

Orchid Blues by Brenda Foreman

"Plains Indian Chief" by Brenda Foreman

“Plains Indian Chief” by Brenda Foreman

Copyright © Dandelion by Pexeto