Contemporary still life of a begonia plant. The playful tropical colors pop from a distance while the softness of the petals invite the viewer to look closer. "I look for ambiguous shapes and vibrations of color that I can bring to the surface," explains Manty. "My work is abstract and intuitive, but it is also grounded in observational painting."

- Manty Dey

Striped Leaves
MANTY DEY


Acrylic painting on stretched canvas
Finished white edges
Ready to hang

One-of-a-kind
Signed on back
2019

30" h x 24" w x 1.5" d
4 lbs. 6 oz.

$1,275

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Artist
Manty Dey
Atlanta, Georgia

Getting to Know Manty

Manty Dey paints objects of adornment that offer moments of visual indulgence. Her floral-inspired style takes inspiration from color field paintings, Indian textiles, geodes and rituals. In a multi-step process, Manty often dries sheets of acrylic paint that she then cuts and collages onto canvas for added depth and shadow. She explains, “the paint is a physical material, the color has a glow, and its cast shadows create volume... to make each painting breathe and vibrate.” Based in Atlanta, Manty received a BFA in painting and drawing from Georgia State University and an MFA from the University of Georgia. Manty’s work has been exhibited at MOCA GA Museum, Georgia Museum of Art, Macon Museum of Arts and Sciences, and Lyndon House Art Center.