In her paintings, Redd Walitzki focuses on the balance between the inevitable entropy of nature, and
the unattainable beauty of high-fashion magazines. With swirling baroque elements evocative of her
native Bavaria, she brings to life a compelling world of fleeting beauty. Redd's work explores the way
beauty is portrayed in the world of high fashion and advertising, but often subverts this surface beauty
to explore darker themes. Her slightly feral women are lost in moments of transcendental ecstasy,
drowning in ethereal flora and fauna.
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|Redd Painting - studio shot by Adric Hicks.
Redd Walitzki is an emerging artist currently living in Pioneer Square (Seattle’s artist district). She
graduated from Cornish College of the Arts, and after finishing her degree she spent several years in
Seattle's 619 Western renegade arts building, keeping the underground art scene alive. Redd's work has
shown locally and internationally, with upcoming solos shows at San Francisco's Modern Eden Gallery in
December and Seattle's Roq La Rue Gallery in 2014. She can usually be found in her studio painting to
BBC Documentaries, playing with her pet opossum, or chasing down the next strange adventure.
"Mixed Media Oils
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