Shelley Weltman

“THE FIRST TIME I saw a Pollock I fell in love with his art.  Further research into the man revealed he was a troubled soul.  His emotions, painted in full sight for all to view, made me understand why I am drawn to abstract art.  It is only in my studio where I am free to place raw emotion onto a canvas.  I am not passionate about a specific medium; I paint in oil, watercolor and acrylic, ink and paper.  They all appeal to me aesthetically.  To me, painting in the abstract, is an opportunity to celebrate, to weep – to live! “

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