Lose Yourself in Judith Seligson's New Age Abstraction
For an artsy spin on your New Years Eve gifts, what better than a festively-wrapped Judith Seligson original? Small enough to fit in your suitcase, or even under your Christmas tree, these special edition Seligson paintings are juxtaposed vibrance at its best. Bursting in jewel-like hues yet abstract in their overall form, these gorgeous mini paintings are the unique gems every Golden Girl needs to decorate her chic château.
The twenty-three paintings selected from her exhibition “Drawing the Line” at Galérie Mourlot come in a variety of tiny sizes, ranging from 4 x 4 in. to 7 x 7 in. Similarly, prices range from $1,500 to $4,000 – and are well worth the investment. For any lover of abstraction, these modern creations are perfectly peaceful works of chaos. Sometimes similar but never the same, each elegant stroke holds a deep meaning, a long-lasting melody and the color of sound. With these pieces, Seligson give us an entrance into her complex mind, and a look into her lyrical soul. There is, after all, nothing better than the gift of pure, unfiltered creation.
With a love for mathematics and classical music, and boasting a background in economics from Harvard University, Seligson has always had an appreciation for all that is orderly, harmonious and balanced. Once – when at Harvard – she discovered her passion for art, she began communicating her inner harmony through her paintings. Her process, non-surprisingly, is still very much calculated, and every stroke is backed up by a musical equivalent – a symphony, a metaphor – which then leads to the creation of a masterpiece that is musical, mathematical and creative.