Brittany Vogel focuses on expressive painting and drawing and sometimes even combines the two techniques. The explosive color on her painted canvases easily elevates any room.
Common themes in her work show the push-pull of order vs. chaos, handmade vs. machine-made, and geometric vs. organic forms - all placed on the same surface. These oppositional forces produce a multi-dimensional space and create tension but ultimately find balance in each other. Her work is full of excitement, color and life.
Brittany’s expressive drawing concentrates on the beauty of the line and its movement. She draws freehand in archival ink so that each line is fresh and without erasure. She has now started to weave this expressive drawing into her paintings.
Hoboken, NJ resident Brittany Vogel studied at the Art Students League of New York where she was awarded the Merit Scholarship in 2019. Brittany created a 12-foot-wide interactive mural in the Columbus Circle Subway station celebrating the Suffragists, gave an artist talk for the Bruce Museum and had a solo show of her ‘Powerful Women’ series. The solo show received a variety of positive press, including a write-up in Yahoo! News and a front-page profile in Hmag. Other recent exhibitions include shows at Prime Gallery in Jersey City, the Monmouth Museum’s 43rd Annual Juried Exhibition and Small Works Show and a solo show in the Gallery at 350 Bleecker St, NYC.
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