Art + Nature. Jane Booth + Carla Talopp. JoAnne Artman Gallery

ART + NATURE

JoAnne Artman Gallery is proud to present Art and Nature, an online exclusive featuring Jane Booth and Carla Talopp. Celebrating organic shapes, colors and textures, Booth and Talopp create works that illustrate the inextricably entangled relationship between art and nature.

JANE BOOTH Orange Poppies Acrylic, Sumi Ink, Graphite Spray Paint, Watercolor Pencils on 78 x 64 inch canvas
JANE BOOTH Orange Poppies Acrylic, Sumi Ink, Graphite Spray Paint, Watercolor Pencils on 78 x 64 inch canvas

Jane Booth lives and works on a ranch overlooking wide open vistas of native prairie, water and sky, and uses this environment as the foundation of her work. Trained in ceramics, Booth continued her love of sculpture and manual labor by becoming a steel cutter and welder before turning to the fine arts. This background continues to inform his paintings, which create a visceral sense of space and depth. Often creating canvases on a monumental scale and saturated with color, his process is tactile and physical. The stand begins with wide strips of raw canvas on the floor. By engaging all of her senses, she accesses an internal non-verbal landscape, resulting in a felt sense of color and brand. The paint is poured and pushed into the canvas by hand; the degrees of separation between feeling and accomplishment are narrow. Jane Booth is based in the Kansas City area.

CARLA TALOPP Jungle III Acrylic on canvas 85.5 x 94.5 inches
CARLA TALOPP Jungle III Acrylic on canvas 85.5 x 94.5 inches

Carla Talopp’s work is a celebration of the power and beauty of life. Reflection of a feminine, lively, sensual nature, her transversal practice reveals a plurality of forms. Nourished by the work of 20th century artist Sonia Delaunay and her groundbreaking abstract experimentation, Carla pursued training in visual arts at ESAG Penninghen (Paris) and the Rhode Island School of Design. Through drawing, painting and ceramics, she explores environmental concerns and a rapidly changing world while echoing her personal history. Working in large formats, she is measured by the immensity of her canvases, leading to the liberation of painted forms and to vivid and exacerbated colors that appear lush and surreal. Carla Talopp’s art transports and moves as the boundaries blur between the realistic and the fantastic: whether teeming jungles or sparkling seabed, these painted worlds reflect the artist’s true understanding. the future of nature and its ecosystems.

JANE BOOTH right now in the flower garden Acrylic, House painting, Spray paint, Sumi ink, Watercolor pencils on canvas 64 x 78 inches
JANE BOOTH now in the flower garden Acrylic, House painting, Spray paint, Sumi ink, Watercolor pencils on canvas 64 x 78 inches

The work of these artists will inspire, provoke, engage and hypnotize. With ever-changing visual perceptions, take a look behind the stories being told and you are sure to find the right artistic expression.

JoAnne Artman Gallery, present :
ART + NATURE: an online exclusivity

With JANE BOOTH + CARLA TALOPP

January 1, 2022 – March 5, 2022

Find our exhibition @: ART ET NATURE-An online exhibition

Also works on the appointment display @ 346 N Coast Hwy. Laguna Beach, California 92651

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326 + 346 N Coast Highway | Laguna Beach, California 92651

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Telephone: 949-510-5481 | Email: joanneartman@aol.com
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