Gallery Installation Hardin Simmons University, Abilene, Texas 2017
Gallery Installation Hardin Simmons University, Abilene, Texas 2017
Gallery Installation Hardin Simmons University, Abilene, Texas 2017
Gallery Installation Hardin Simmons University, Abilene, Texas 2017
Gallery Installation Hardin Simmons University, Abilene, Texas 2017
Apartment at night, acrylic , 18"x24", 2016.
Wind, acrylic on canvas, 3'x5', 2017.
Deer and Rabbit, acrylic on canvas, 
3'x5', 2017.
Cactus Ball, oil on canvas, 4'x4', 2016.
Flornado, oil on canvas, 2'x3', 2017
Moss, goauche on board, 6"x8", 2016.
ink on paper, 8'x10", 2017.
Grasshopper, acrylic on board, 10"x8", 2017.
Installation, mixed media, 2017.
Scorched, oil on canvas, 2'x3', 2017.
Red Truck and Pink Lawn, acrylic on canvas, 18"x24", 2017.
Twilight, acrylic on board, 6"x4", 2017.
Why Me?, acrylic on canvas, 8"x10", 2017
Molten, oil on canvas, 3'x2', 2017.
White Fox, acrylic on canvas, 3'x5', 2016.
Picnic, acrylic on canvas, 3'x5', 2016.
Deer, 5'x3', acrylic on canvas, 2016.
House and Bush, acrylic on canvas, 18"x24", 2017.
White Picket Fence, acrylic on canvas, 18"x24", 2016.
Elaine Pawlowicz

Greenhouse 2017

This collection of paintings experiments aesthetically and conceptually with metaphors of green. 
They are a nursery of flora and fauna that are cultivated from observation and reinterpreted into imagination. The space is flat and the figurations exist in neon color fields. This nursery of images explore mutation, global climate change, the sublime, youth and beauty, emotional disaster and protection. I paint my ideas using intuitive compositional processes yielding unconventional results.
The forms are always developing as I trim and shape them like Edward Scissorhands, obsessively layering color only to delete it, finding meaning in the empty space and injecting a strangeness into the atmosphere reflecting the consequences of reality.