Artwork by Anna Chlewicki Lightfoot
The visual art of Anna Chlewicki Lightfoot communicates what is both arresting and moving in the essence of nature and human experience. Her paintings, often vivid and lyrical, span the stylistic influences of the hard edge geometry of Piet Mondrian, the painterly allegories of Marc Chagall, the quiet minimalism of Georgia O’Keefe, and the modern primitivism of Cubism exemplified by Pablo Picasso. Artworks express vignettes of human emotion as explored through posture, expression, the psychology of color, and the interplay of light.
Anna studied visual arts at Cal Poly Humboldt, where she concentrated in painting, design, and drawing. Her artwork has appeared in galleries and local businesses from California to Florida. She currently resides in Albuquerque, NM where she explores the geographic and spiritual richness of the American Southwest.