"Sashimi" is more than an expression of a foodie's affinity. It explores the delicacy in a way of being, an attention to detail--careful and precise, yet bold, colorful and expressive! Painted in an abstract expressionist style with soft linear brushstrokes, I employed minimal curvilinear contrast and bright pastel hues to create a feast of color for the palette. This piece is protected with matte varnish and the sides are painted white. "Sashimi" comes ready to hang.
Kiana Mosley paints delicately rendered flowers against plain backgrounds, accentuating their soft beauty. She currently lives in Oregon and admires the work of artists like Henri Matisse, Helen Frankenthaler, and Franz Kline. She finds inspiration in music, emotion and spontaneity. Fun fact: while listening to jazz and painting one day, she held her brush like a Sumi brush and found a new way to paint.