Not all painting is tedious or painstakingly detailed; rather, artists such as Laura Dargan follow in the footsteps of the Abstract Expressionists, like Jackson Pollock, to capture the gestures, emotion and energy of life/living in paint.
Dargan describes her moment of creative expression and process: “I like to work fast. I like to assess each layer and be able to decide my next move quickly.”
Get pulled into the swirling, dripping vortex of Dargan’s creative moment by viewing her full portfolio online - click on above image.
Featured works: Laura Dargan’s Target Practice, Acrylic and Latex on canvas, 36” x 60” + Jackson Pollock’s Mural on Indian Red Ground, 1950