Yvonne Estrada's abstractions are mostly rooted in nature. Evocative of microscopic cell structures, her shapes are predominantly biomorphic and rich in detail. Set against spare white backgrounds, they can appear graphically crisp from afar, but become increasingly complex and layered upon close inspection.

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Yvonne Estrada is known for her mixed-media drawings and paintings combining expressively abstract and hard-lined geometry. Estrada’s motifs borrow from Modernist masters, while simultaneously alluding to architectural and cellular forms. Her compositions are built up through improvisation stemming from personal memories and associations, and their simplicity often belies the intricacy and labor intensity of their creation: there are both broad and barely perceptible lattices of lines. She also incorporates stains and drips into her work. One of her best-known series is comprised of blue drawings, dating from 2012. These feature in varying intensity ultramarine and cobalt blue gouache and watercolor, and are inspired by architectural blueprints.

Selected exhibitions
2020
I Am My Best WorkThe Painting Center
2016
Black & White: Modern and Contemporary PositionsJason McCoy Gallery
2014
Yvonne EstradaJason McCoy Gallery
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Untitled (364-07), 2007

Watercolor on paper
14 × 11 in
35.6 × 27.9 cm
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$2,500
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Yvonne Estrada's abstractions are mostly rooted in nature. Evocative of microscopic cell …

Medium
Condition
This artwork is in very good condition.
Signature
Not signed
Frame
Included

Yvonne Estrada is known for her mixed-media drawings and paintings combining expressively abstract and hard-lined geometry. Estrada’s motifs borrow from Modernist masters, while simultaneously alluding to architectural and cellular forms. Her compositions are built up through improvisation stemming from personal memories and associations, and their simplicity often belies the intricacy and labor intensity of their creation: there are both broad and barely perceptible lattices of lines. She also incorporates stains and drips into her work. One of her best-known series is comprised of blue drawings, dating from 2012. These feature in varying intensity ultramarine and cobalt blue gouache and watercolor, and are inspired by architectural blueprints.

Selected exhibitions (3)
Other works from Jason McCoy Gallery