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Allison Collins - New Works
New Works   Painting   

Allison Collins: 2018 Exhibition Catalog
Allison Collins: 2016 Exhibition Catalog
Allison Collins: 2014 Exhibition Catalog
Allison Collins: 2011 Exhibition Catalog

  Allison Collins - Primary Twilight

Primary Twilight
oil on canvas
36 X 36 in.
  Allison Collins - Middleton Track

Middleton Track
oil on canvas
36 X 60 in.
  Allison Collins - Red River Valley

Red River Valley
oil on canvas
36 X 48 in.
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Allison Collins Interview 2020

Allison Collins

Collins juxtaposes elements of abstraction and traditional landscape in her oil paintings.  “I have always been interested in color, texture and surface – fairly traditional abstract elements.  I use the structure of predictable patterns to contrast with random expressions.”  Collins draws inspiration from the beauty of Eastern Washington and the San Juan Islands. The patterns of the cultivated landscape create a patchwork quilt of abstract texture.  

Collins received her BA and BFA from the University of Washington in 1975, and her MFA from the Otis Art Institute in Los Angeles, CA in 1977. She is the recipient of numerous awards, including a Whitney Museum of American Art Fellowship. She has exhibited with Foster/White since 1982. Collins has work in public and corporate collections in Washington, Texas and California, and her work was selected by the Art in Embassies Program of the US State Department to be featured in an oversees embassy.
Exhibition Catalog
Collins 2014
Collins 2011