Alexandra Averbach

"I am continuously inspired and awed by the beauty of nature. In particular, I find flowers and fruit to be the most visually striking and enticing to view and paint."  -  Alexandra Averbach

Alexandra Averbach, "Jolly," 2022, oil on canvas, 22 x 20 inches - contact for price

Arden Gallery   -   Alexandra Averbach, "Mirth," 2022, oil on canvas, 22 x 20 inches - contact for price

Alexandra Averbach, "Mirth," 2022, oil on canvas, 22 x 20 inches - contact for price

Arden Gallery   -   Alexandra Averbach, "Spry," 2022, oil on canvas, 26 x 18 inches - SOLD

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Alexandra Averbach, "Spry," 2022, oil on canvas, 26 x 18 inches - SOLD

Alexandra Averbach at Arden Gallery

Alexandra Averbach at Arden Gallery

Arden Gallery  -  Alexandra Averbach, "Chorus," 2021, oil on canvas, 30 x 50 inches

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Alexandra Averbach, "Chorus," 2021, oil on canvas, 30 x 50 inches - SOLD

Arden Gallery  -  Alexandra Averbach, "Adorn," 2021, 26 x 24 inches, oil on canvas

Alexandra Averbach, "Adorn," 2021, 26 x 24 inches, oil on canvas - SOLD

Arden Gallery  -  Alexandra Averbach, "Reverie," 2021, oil on canvas, 28 x 32 inches - contact for price
Arden Gallery   -   Alexandra Averbach, "Jolly," 2022, oil on canvas, 22 x 20 inches - contact for price

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Alexandra Averbach, "Reverie," 2021, oil on canvas, 28 x 32 inches - contact for price

sold works & installation shots

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Alexandra Averbach in American Art Collector, August 2022

Arden Gallery - Alexandra Averbach in American Art Collector, August 2022

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Arden Gallery - Alexandra Averbach in American Art Collector, August 2022
Arden Gallery - Alexandra Averbach in American Art Collector, August 2022
Arden Gallery - Alexandra Averbach in American Art Collector, August 2022

ARTIST STATEMENT

Alexandra Averbach   -  Arden Gallery

"I am drawn to painting still life not only because I find my chosen subject matter beautiful, but also because of how I feel when I work. As I paint, the luminous petals of flowers or the round drupelets of a raspberry become a semi-hypnotizing pattern that is very calming and soothing. My minimalistic setups add to these effects. I wish for my paintings to convey a sense of stillness, as if time is suspended within the painting, and hope the viewer experiences the same sense of tranquility in my work.

 

To further draw the eye in, my paintings are almost always bathed in direct sunlight. The lights and darks, contrasts and shadows, encourage the viewer to linger a bit longer, thus making the work more enticing. From a process perspective, changes often need to be made in order to perfect the design. A petal shape is adjusted here, the color of another adjusted there. As I progress along, up close an abstract pattern begins to emerge. It is only when I stand back that each flower or berry looks complete and whole."  - Alexandra Averbach

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