“I want to be remembered as that artist who made a difference in the lives of people through art,” says mystical artist Loren Abbate.
Loren Abbate creates beautiful metaphysical art. She graduated from the school of visual arts, New York. Prior to this, she was awarded a Bachelor’s in psychology and fine arts in Boston, a year after her time at the Studio Art Centers International in Florence, Italy where she studied illustration and painting.
From a very young age, she was a young rebel artist, drawing on floors and walls with crayons. “Most early childhood pictures of me are with crayons in my hands,” she says. “My bedroom walls became an open canvas for me and all of my friends to express ourselves.”
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Metaphysical art style
Loren’s work is a reflection of her core connection to the subconscious. “I love working with my imagination and co-creating with greater forces of energy and intelligence when I am in flow states,” she says.
As a mixed media artist, her artistic style expresses her intense love for imaginative and surreal imagery that bends perceived reality.
Artistic influences and inspirations
A major in philosophy introduced Loren to the works of transpersonal philosophers like Carl Jung and Carl Rogers. These philosophers educated her on the power of the subconscious mind and access to spirituality through art. Loren says, “I remember the emphasis on the creative process as an important language and breakthrough for people to truly know themselves.”
Asides from the aforementioned philosophers, she was inspired by the originality and technical skills of certain artists like Henry Matisse, Frida Kahlo, and Wangeshi Mutu.
Ongoing mystical art projects
“I am working on a long-term project called Utopia V,” says Loren. ” I have been working on it in fragments and a smaller series of works over the past few years, and soon, I will be bringing these images to life.”
This particular project explores consciousness and the interconnectedness of all Earth’s sentient beings. “The work will combine the harmonious and enchanting relationship between the natural worlds of minerals, plant life, the animal kingdom, and human experience,” says Loren.
Legacy and expectations
She wants to be remembered as a visionary artist with a wholesome education and a deep connection to nature. Also, she says, “I would like to be an artist who makes a difference in people’s lives with art.”
To see Loren’s latest artwork, visit Saatchi Art >
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