The Multi-Colored Paintings of Michelle Hinebrook

16 Dec
2010

Michelle Hinebrook draws inspirations such as cubism, conceptual abstraction, minimalism as well as many other diverse influences to create her gorgeous multi-colored paintings. Hinebrook starts with sketches, writings and documentation of her surroundings which are then scanned and developed into a computer-generated image. Veils, mesh and found objects are then arranged across the surface of her canvas.

Elements take form of a sculptural relief with portions of the painted surface concealed or revealed. Paint is applied by either brush, sprayed or poured over the elements at different angles. Once the first layer of paint is applied, the elements are removed and further brush work and cut paper masks develops the painting even further.

Here are some samples of her paintings which were created with Enamel on Panel, Acrylic on Linen.

Hinebrook currently has the print ‘Crystallized’ on sale at 20×200 website.

About the print: Crystallized is constructed with prismatic networks of colored geometric facets. This work was inspired by examining patterns of spectral light that either reflect or refract into the geometric facets of a form. The forms in this painting reference diamonds, crystals, gemstones, and celestial bodies, star clusters.

Visit Michelle Hinebrook’s website to see more of her amazing work.

2 Responses to The Multi-Colored Paintings of Michelle Hinebrook

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Matt

January 5th, 2011 at 2:41 pm

The second one from the top makes me want candy. Like gobstoppers, or those little candy buttons that come on the roll of paper. Or edible necklaces.

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admin

January 5th, 2011 at 2:58 pm

Yes and the latter two are very much like kaleidoscope views. Very fun paintings!

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