Karen Fitzgerald
Woodside, New York

“My work is a bridge between the present and the past,” says abstract artist Karen Fitzgerald. “I'm using gilding processes that come down to us from the Renaissance. I'm also responding to a broad range of artwork from a wide range of time and cultures.” Karen’s roundels also have a celestial quality, glowing like the sun or shimmering like the moon. The reflective nature of her gilded work makes light an important part of the viewing experience. The work is inspired by emotion but executed with fine precision. It is perhaps this dichotomy that provides a feeling of balance to the viewer.

The Way of Energy
33" x 33" , oil painting

Shadow II
18" x 18" , oil painting

Winter Moon for Alan
36" x 36" , oil painting

I Am Wishing for All the Colors of the Moon
29.25" x 24.75" , oil painting

In the Ether
26.5" x 22" , oil painting

Red Shadow
17" x 13.5" , oil painting

When Breath Leaves My Body
40" x 40" , oil painting

Speak with Karen

Karen Fitzgerald 4/30/2018 | 5:32 PM

I'm happy to share a feature regarding my art work in the current issue of Woven Tale Press. View it here: http://online.flipbuilder.com/eovs/uske/ To purchase a hard copy, go here: http://www.magcloud.com/browse/issue/1423039 Best wishes, Karen Fitzgerald