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Impulse Reaction by Trisha Pena
Muse and Purpose by Trisha Pena
Menstrual by Trisha Pena
Gilead by Trisha Pena
Honeydew by Trisha Pena
Pristine Wound by Trisha Pena
A Sense of Autumn by Trisha Pena
Sullivan Ballou by Trisha Pena
Opportunity by Trisha Pena
That Kind of Love by Trisha Pena
Shamrock Dragons by Trisha Pena
Southwest Topography by Trisha Pena
Bandages by Trisha Pena
Je Suis Calme by Trisha Pena
Hawaiian Shirt by Trisha Pena
Gulf Coast Sands by Trisha Pena
Glory Cries by Trisha Pena
A Shadow of Its Former Self by Trisha Pena
Still Waving by Trisha Pena
Preppy by Trisha Pena
Precious Metal by Trisha Pena
Pink and Blue by Trisha Pena
Springtime by Trisha Pena
Easter by Trisha Pena
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About Trisha Pena
Trisha Pena is an abstract artist based in Nashville, Tennessee. She came to the visual art world later in life by way of music, performing, and writing. She is a self-taught artist who fell in love with the medium by literally painting the walls of her house with invigorating and sensual treatments. Known for saying that she cannot draw a straight line, abstract work with acrylics is her most common medium, with an affinity for markedly texturized canvases. Additionally, she has several mixed media on canvas pieces. Multiple pieces have been given the Visa and Excellence Distinctions on the website Art Limited (Bordeaux, France). Current influences include Gino Savarino, John Beckley, and Andy Morris, but her heart will always belong to Phil Ponder, who most decidedly knows how to draw a straight line.
I just felt a compulsion to start painting seriously after I made the huge revelation about how visually stimulated I am, she explains. I receive great pleasure in the process because I usually have absolutely no idea how a piece will end up until it tells me it is done. I also find it highly spiritual as I rely on my Source to guide my creativity.
Trisha has called the Nashville area home for over thirty years and lives in a very colorful house in Hermitage, TN.