Abigail Zamora is an emerging artist who creates abstract expressionist paintings using unorthodox tools and unconventional materials.
The paintings she makes are subconscious expressions of grotesque, gunk filled emotions. A few of the dominant themes applied to her practice are the cycles of creation and natural imperfection in daily life. The subtleness of a encrusted moldy pan to the sliminess found in nature inspire the play on inorganic materials to describe organic structures. The rampant culture of consumerism and excess materialistic objects are also a strong influence in the narrative. Upon viewing, the paintings beg to be touched, poked, prodded- and occasionally sniffed, like a Venus flytrap waiting for the moment to lure in a wonderer.