About the Art
What the artist saysThese harmonious and fluid shapes cultivate calm, with vibrant color choices evoking an energetic playfulness. The resulting work carries an ease of simplicity, paired with palpable rhythm and movement.
Why we like itTheresa’s work is delightfully maximalist. Their vibrancy perfectly complements an organic simplicity.
Where we hang itThese works are small but mighty: hang them solo in a smaller room or as the focal point above a small table.
About the Artist
Theresa HongTheresa Hong is an abstract painter and printmaker living and working in the San Francisco Bay Area. She attended Emory University where she studied Psychology and Visual Arts and earned a masters degree in Art Therapy and Creativity Development at Pratt Institute. Her work explores movement and lively color interactions represented in abstract forms. The process comes through to Theresa as a continuous stream of thought, each shape informing the next.
Theresa finds solace within her busy life through the art making process. Her art therapy background informs her open-minded and intuitive approach to creating. She believes in the healing power of art and the importance of a creative practice for all individuals. Her artwork is about motherhood, curiosity, and her own self-expression and continual creative growth. Theresa currently works as an art therapist in schools and mental health treatment centers.
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“My work unfolds intuitively; it is a process in which I find balance, harmony, and movement through color and abstract form.”