“No Brushes, No Borders” by 37 year old International artist Isabelle Beaubien, is an abstract painting exhibition full of energy and power, exhibiting 18 new works of art at the Macaya Gallery. Beaubien’s artwork is considered mixed media, with an expansive spectrum of colors that are vibrant, invigorating and inspiring. Exhibit takes you all around the world in a spectrum of colors, photos, collages and lyrics, a work of energy, vibrancy and â€œgood vibes.â€ The evening also featured a 3-D interactive media presentation that takes you inside the world of how Isabelle without brushes creates her works of art. Guests enjoyed some delicious treats from The Capital Grill and libations from Iceberg Vodka.
Born in 1980, Isabelle Beaubien is a native of Montreal, Canada where she studied Fine Arts at Concordia University. It was then that Isabelle felt the need to explore and find her true calling. Upon graduation, she spread her wings to fly and went on to earn her Master’s degree in Contemporary Art from The Villa Arson, Nice, France. From there, Isabelle moved to London, where she has exhibited her energetic abstract paintings and was highly sought after with commissions throughout the UK. She now resides and works in Orlando, Florida.
Isabelle’s ” simultaneous contrast” in the juxtaposed colors continue to be revelatory. She works with acrylic enhanced by a resin overlay. Color is a major influence on the act of creating and on the experience of seeing and, thereby feeling. In some ways, it is related to chakras and how the colors radiate throughout ones being to bring about a sense of well being. Her work creates a gloss with a sculptured appearance to the finished artwork. It is at that moment that her work takes on all of the meaning; pushing the limits of the colors, textures, and forms to their extreme potential which is what she wants everyone to feel for their own existence.