Denise Choppin
Tallahassee, Florida

Denise Choppin paints with soft, subtle colors to relate the unique beauty of nature. Her series “Horizons” was inspired by her time on a Gulf Coast barrier island, where she gazed at the line where sky meets water. She currently lives in Florida and finds inspiration in color field works.

Under the Waves II
36" x 36" , acrylic painting
$2,450

Under the Waves I
36" x 36" , acrylic painting
$2,450

Take Me With You
18" x 18" , acrylic painting
$725


High Summer
18" x 18" , acrylic painting
$725

Low Tide at Sunrise
18" x 18" , acrylic painting
$725

August Setting
18" x 18" , acrylic painting
$725


Smooth Sailing
18" x 18" , acrylic painting
$725

Into the Ether
18" x 18" , acrylic painting
$725

The Light That's Left
24" x 24" , acrylic painting
$1,125


Across
24" x 24" , acrylic painting
$1,125


The Light Again
24" x 24" , acrylic painting
$1,075

SeaBreeze
24" x 18" , acrylic painting
$850

Early
24" x 18" , acrylic painting
$775


Rising
24" x 18" , acrylic painting
$775

Rain
24" x 18" , acrylic painting
$775

Revelation
30" x 30" , acrylic painting
$1,525


August 4
18" x 18" , acrylic painting
$575

Moonlines
24" x 18" , acrylic painting
$775

Everything Is True
24" x 18" , acrylic painting
$775


Light Song
18" x 18" , acrylic painting
$595

Always Ourselves We Find in the Sea
24" x 24" , acrylic painting
$1,020


Speak with Denise


Denise Choppin 8/28/2015 | 2:14 PM

Thank you Karen. My pieces can have as many as 60-70 layers of color or acrylic medium which is what gives them the depth.

commentsLight Song
K Diaz purchased this artwork. 8/28/2015 | 12:17 PM

I am thrilled to have an original work of art for my home. For me the one word that describes this piece is luminescent. The pigments give off so much light. I can see depth in the layers of paint. The gorgeous colors really do shift depending on which angle one views the work. I needed something light and colorful for a special place in my home and this painting livens the space up.

Denise Choppin 11/5/2013 | 7:05 AM

As the light continues to shift with the change of seasons, I've become very interested in attempting to capture this in paint. To that effect, I've used interference paints which contain minute particles of mica. These reflective properties allow the painting to change depending on the point-of-view as well as changing light conditions. Light transforms everything it touches...