Art of the Day: Aramis Hamer

Date posted: October 28, 2015

Aramis Hamer, “where fine art meets the streets.” This artists recently started coming to us for scans and prints and we just love her work. The tag line on her website says it best – “where fine art meets the streets”. Her splashy acrylics and emotive portraits and figures are a real pleasure to have in the studio.

Gone - by Amamis Hamer

Gone – by Amamis Hamer

Radioactive - by Amamis Hamer

Radioactive – by Amamis Hamer – scan by Bellevue Fine Art

 

From Ms. Hamer’s website:

I am a splash acrylic painter who loves making a mess. I made the decision to pursue my art career after leaving my hometown in Chicago and moving to Washington. With the support of my family and fiance, Andy, I dedicated myself to art whole hardheartedly. My studio is located in Belltown; I spend majority of my days in this shared space creating the colorful images that are slowly becoming my signature style. When I’m not painting, I work part time as a registered nurse at a local community hospital. Interactions with my patients remind me to be grateful for my health and happiness. The realization that life is short is continuously at the forefront of my mind. Because of this, I choose to live life to the fullest!

When I think of my artwork, I’m reminded of a colorful world that can only be found in dreams. The basic themes found in my work are strong color contrasts, exaggerated subject matter and drip techniques where I try to stretch the boundaries of surrealism. Music is definitely one of my main inspirations. Songs are like stories and while listening to the lyrics, an image forms in my mind inspiring the next piece. Utilizing house hold tools, such as a grout spreader, creates texture that mimics sound waves in music.  I love to incorporate spray paint related to my admiration of street art. Integrating imagery of my people and urban landscapes reflects the environment in which I was raised.

To see more of her work please visit her website @ http://aohamer.com/



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