Can be displayed horizontally or vertically.
This contemporary large-scale canvas is composed with gestural brush strokes, dark hued oil paint and other high contrast earth tones black and rich brown. Adaptable to an array of spaces as it can be hung vertically or horizontally. The imagery emerges as a collection of abstracted symbols, blending the artist’s perception of the surrounding world with a personal visual language. The creative process is absolutely critical to Coyne. She admits that her canvas has become a space for mediation, where the intimate connection to the world around her is communicated visually. Evidence of this meditative state is noticeable in Coyne’s recent work completed in 2016, which has become increasingly ethereal. Compositions are broader and more gestural, where the artist’s personal narrative, yet still visible, has taken a back seat to grand displays of painterly brushstrokes. Coyne earned her M.F.A. at the Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, NY and has since been featured in exhibitions internationally. Her work is featured in private and public collections and has been included in publications such as Architectural Digest & The Chicago Tribune, among others.