Ashlynn Browning, ‘Locked Up Light’, 2014, IdeelArt
Ashlynn Browning, ‘Locked Up Light’, 2014, IdeelArt

Her recurring use of grids, networks, and, since 2013, stacked forms, may recall architectural structures, but these are only created in response to the paint as she works, instinctively.

Colors, which play a very important part in Browning’s paintings, will also vary depending on her feelings or interests of the moment (nature, fashion trends, or art historical preferences).

However, in practice, they will rarely be primary colors, and there will almost always be some Guston pink in her work.

About Ashlynn Browning

American, b. 1977, based in Raleigh, North Carolina

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