Artist CV

Lorene Anderson is a Bay Area abstract painter interested in the manipulation of two-dimensional space. Math, cosmology, physics, and their relationship to biology inspire her work. Working with layers of poured acrylics and iridescent mediums Anderson employs gestural brushwork and carved squeegees to create complex and visually compelling, multi layered abstract compositions.                                                                                                                                                                   Anderson’s works are held in various museum, private and public collections throughout California including the Berkeley Art Museum, UC Davis Health Center, Walnut Creek Public Library, Imagery Estate Winery Artists Collection, the Los Gatos Art Museum, Marin Museum of Contemporary Art, and the Kyoto Museum, and Sakai City Cultural Hall in Japan.

 

IN THE NEWS : Lorene Anderson – Mini to Monstrous – 48Hills.org

January 26th, 2024|Comments Off on IN THE NEWS : Lorene Anderson – Mini to Monstrous – 48Hills.org

‘Mini to monstrous,’ Lorene Anderson’s paintings surge with the Earth’s force By Mary Corbin JANUARY 18, 2024 The abstract paintings of artist Lorene Anderson are an exploration of shifting space. Imagine air currents and [...]