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Paula Izydorek

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Olo Co-2, a series of four panels, 2014 Acrylic Ink on Birch Panel 20 X 24 Inches, Each Panel © 2014
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Pow Pop Wow, 2011 Acrylic Ink, Gold Leaf on Birch Panel 36 X 48 Inches © Paula Izydorek
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Home 10.14.3, 2014 Acrylic, Gold Leaf on Birch Wood Panel 12x12 Inches © Paula Izydorek
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Olo Co series, 2013 Acrylic Ink on Birch Wood Ten 20" X 24" Panels © 2015
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Home 1.15.1, 2015 Acrylic on Wood Panel 8" X 8" © Paula Izydorek
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Olosym Contour diptych, 2014 Acrylic Ink on Birch Wood Panel 36 X 60 Inches © Paula Izydorek
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Checkerboard 3.15.3, 2015 Acrylic on Birch Wood 20 X 20 Inches © Paula Izydorek
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Checkerboard 3.15.2, 2015 Acrylic on Birch Wood 12 X 12 Inches © Paula Izydorek
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Checkerboard 3.15.1, 2015 Acrylic on Birch Wood 12 X 12 Inches © Paula Izydorek
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Home 4.15.1, 2015 Acrylic on Birch Wood Panel 36x48 Inches © Paula Izydorek
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Cloudscape 10.15.7, 2015 Acrylic on Birch Wood Panel 16 X 20 Inches
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Quick Facts
Works in
Redondo Beach, CA
Schools
San Francisco Art Institute (SFAI)
Statement

In my current narrative, I develop surface patterns that either intersect or follow the grain that naturally occurs in wood.  As repetition and line markings are the foundation of my process; birch wood paired with acrylic ink naturally became the fundamental elements of my paintings.  I am drawn to birch wood for its light tone and fine-grain as well as its ability to serve as both a painting surface and a structure.

Through painting, I investigate how to intertwine sensuality with strength using rudimentary components of form, line, and color.  My artistic inspiration derives from the law of conservation of energy, memoir and urban landscape.  I respond to and deconstruct my personal experiences with process oriented methodologies that transform into abstract vivid color systems.