Free Shipping within the United States. Expect Shipping delay due to COVID 19. BLACK LIVES MATTER!

MEET SEVI ABSTRACTS

"Black Lives Matter" Print of Abstract Painting by Vanessa DiVittorio

100% of Profit will be donated to: https://blacklivesmatter.com/

Museum-quality posters made on thick and durable matte paper. Add a wonderful accent to any room with these prints that are sure to brighten any environment.

See Print

Sevi Abstracts Icon Tote Bag

A beautiful bag to be inspired by and carry anything from paint supplies to farmer's market goods. Made from reliable materials that will last for seasons.

See Tote Bag

"Fall into the Rhythm" Print of Abstract Painting by Stephanie Segur

Museum-quality posters made on thick and durable matte paper. Add a wonderful accent to any room with these prints that are sure to brighten any environment.

SEE Print

Featured collection

  • "Between the Lines" Abstract Painting Sticker by Stephanie Segur
    Regular price
    $4.95
    Sale price
    $4.95
    Regular price
    Unit price
    per 
    Sold out
  • "Bound by None" Abstract Painting Sticker by Vanessa DiVittorio
    Regular price
    $4.95
    Sale price
    $4.95
    Regular price
    Unit price
    per 
    Sold out
  • "Glimmer" Abstract Painting Sticker by Stephanie Segur
    Regular price
    $4.95
    Sale price
    $4.95
    Regular price
    Unit price
    per 
    Sold out
  • "Metropolitan Schmaltz" Abstract Painting Sticker by Vanessa DiVittorio
    Regular price
    $4.95
    Sale price
    $4.95
    Regular price
    Unit price
    per 
    Sold out

Meet Vanessa Divittorio

Pronouns: She/They

Studying art at the University of California Santa Cruz and receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Art was a creatively and emotionally fulfilling experience. I’ve found the most freedom in Abstract Art: I can be anything. The canvas and I have a symbiotic relationship: without it, I have no surface and without me, it has no color. When painting on this surface, there is a compromise, a slight resistance, and a release of emotions. The palette knife, amongst other various tools, is not just for textural and visual qualities. I’m scraping away my insecurities to reveal the passionate layers of myself. There is also loss of control as the paint drips glide down the canvas and I love that! Acrylic paint colors I gravitate to are secondary, tertiary, and beyond. I find that the richness of red-oxide, oceanic blue-green, creamy off-white, and bark reddish-brown, among other colors give my paintings an other worldly dreamy feeling. My intention with what I create is to exhibit a range of expressionism with elements of biomorphism and gender neutral concepts. 

Meet Stephanie segur

Pronouns: She/They

I am a queer filipinx and white artist and my greatest artistic passion lies in abstract painting. My love for abstract art has stemmed from accepting that not every painting you view and contemplate over has a definitive meaning. Working abstractly lets my audience and myself see the painting as it shows up from each of our individual perspectives. I have received my bachelor’s degree in art from the University of California, Santa Cruz in June 2020. I create to evoke emotion and provoke it. I want my work to open doors for individuals to look deeper inside themselves and to find what feelings or parts of themselves they are afraid to face. I’ve done work based off of depression, anger, joy, battling with how my identities intersect with one another, and so much more. I hope to feed your eyes and soothe your soul, or at least make you pause for a second and smile. Thank you for your support and for supporting queer creatives like me and Vanessa.

A message from our mentor

"What does it mean is a good question, but it presumes that there is some kind of corresponding other-thing or reference. In abstract art (usually) there isn’t. It is not about an external other thing, but about itself. This is not a dodge - it is a seeing-through… gosh this is hard to express! It has (i think) as an ultimate “meaning,” the pure non-referential meaning of an individual presence, pervasive feeling, uniqueness - those kinds of qualities… the way to get into them is to drop the verbal insistence that meaning relies on symbolism, or this-means-that.  What if it means itself? The key to understanding it may have to do with understanding the formal elements, and the chain of decisions that produced it."

- Frank Galuszka

Photo from: UCSC