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Art as a Universal Language, an international online solo painting exhibition by Gayle Printz opens on June 30, and will continue through July 30, 2022.
As mentioned in her statement; “To provide viewers the freedom to find emotional meaning in the intangible by evoking the unconscious use of their imaginations."; Gayle Printz Hopes to bring light back into a world darkened by the pandemic.
She picked up her first paintbrush in May 2020. She had no instructor or previous training, but only inspiration. She encourages viewers to use their imagination to find personal meaning and assign universal context to interpret her work and join her in an inspirational journey to find emotional meaning in the intangible beauty of art…guided only by the whispers of our imaginations.
Visit this unique exhibition at https://www.exhibizone.com/art-as-a-universal-language-exhibition
Gayle Printz, an American abstract painter, picked up her first paintbrush in May of 2020 to bring light back into a world darkened by the pandemic. By July of 2020, Printz was one of eight American painters whose work was on exhibit in Europe's 2020 International Art-Resilience Exhibition. With over 600 International Art Awards, countless international publications, a painting on Permanent Exhibit in France at Le Musée de Peinture de Saint-Frajou, and a Modern Art Portfolio in which every painting is an International Art Award Winner, Printz is now considered, “One of the most important Contemporary Artists of our time.” Gayle Printz received ArtTour International Magazine’s 2022 Sixty World Masters Award and was named a “World Master Artist” by Circle Foundation for the Arts. Soaring in value on the walls of prominent Art Collectors and Investors, Printz paintings rank among the most sought-after Art Investments in the World.
Using color, flow, three-dimensionality, and distinct brushwork, Gayle Printz creates paintings that transcend the familiar. Look closely, and you may even notice a magical quality to her paintings; they are known to somehow change depending upon the angle at which you gaze. To that, Printz simply responds that, “As with life, the meaning in my work depends upon the way you look at it.”