About Redin Winter
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Redin Winter has always found a way to create and explore through various art forms. Before becoming a professional visual artist, Redin worked in theatre arts. She was a private painter during this time, sporadic and uncommitted, using painting as a personal form of expression and therapy. It wasn’t until Redin completed her Doctorate in theatre in 2017 that she made the decision to focus on her visual art practice full-time. She realized her work in the theatre was not in opposition to her painting. On the contrary, they were key elements of a life encompassed by exploration, finding a vision, and then enacting that vision. It is for this reason, Redin works in series of paintings, investigating and exchanging ideas through a common core or vision in each collection. Her expressionist series of abstracts and landscapes each have a unifying concept, palette, or technique. Redin moved around a lot in her younger years spending time in various scenic regions of the United States including the deserts of Arizona, the large skies of Texas, the over encompassing green lush of Washington, and the beaches of California. She became aware early on in how the interaction between ourselves and the spaces we inhabit change our perceptions and perspectives. She is influenced by artistic movements that explore and play with our relationship to space such as the German Expressionists, impressionists, and romanticists. She is drawn to abstract expressionism as a means to develop alternate modes of seeing through moods and tones rather than purely realistic representation.
Redin Winter's studio practice is currently in San Diego, California.