Welcome to the world of Audrey Fox whose surrealist landscapes, still lifes, and wall-mounted layered sculptures are composed of many elements: figures, plant forms and symbols. These images create a moment in time where the recesses of one's imagination come alive. Trees metamorphose into humans who are suggestively defined. Human, plant and animal forms are symbolic metaphors of life. Shards of color intersect like pieces of a puzzle and networks of lines define the space. The interweaving lines and color juxtapositions guide one around the painting, creating balance in the picture planes. Using a variety of media to express this style, the images are rich in wonder, diversity and mystery.
Audrey Fox received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Tyler School of Arts in Philadelphia and Rome, Italy. She has executed numerous public and private murals and design commissions, and has exhibited in many juried gallery and museum shows. Her awards include Manhattan Art International Cover Art Competition, American College's Watercolor and Print awards, Woodmere Art Museum's Award of Excellence in a Work Depicting Nature, Artist Guild of Delaware Valley Contribution to the Field of Art and Advertising, Penwalt Corporation - Art in Public Places and The National League of American Pen Women Biennial - Best in Show. Teaching art privately and publicly from elementary/secondary levels to university lectures has helped to further her objective of creating art in many forms and sharing it with others.
Original paintings, sculptures and limited edition giclee prints of these images and others are available on archival paper and canvas.
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