Gwenn Seemel

Gwenn Seemel's polka-dot cubist painting style has been delighting art lovers and inspiring artists for two decades--so much so that in 2017 a tech company named one of their photo filters "the Seemel." This unusual recognition of her contribution to the look of the new millennium struck Gwenn as both a compliment and a cheeky challenge from our future AI overlords to keep making original art that matters. For Gwenn, that means joyfully feminist figurative paintings that refuse to let us forget how interconnected we all are. This work has been seen throughout the US, Canada, and Europe, in exhibitions as well as on stage at events like TEDxGeneva and Venture Café Philadelphia's Thursday Gathering. The art historian Richard Brilliant has written about Gwenn's paintings, and they've been featured widely across the web, on sites like Boing Boing, Bust, Your Creative Push, Hyperallergic, and Newsweek. Born in Saudi Arabia in 1981, Gwenn has lived most of her life in France as well as in the United States. She claims Portland, Oregon as her hometown, and she lives in Lambertville, New Jersey.

Media: Painting
Email: gwenn@gwennseemel.com
Website: gwennseemel.com

"Rainbow Unicow"
Painting
14 x 14
$1500
"F Is for Fennec Fox"
Painting
14 x 14
$1500
"Mama Bears"
Painting
10 x 10
$1000
"Get Well Soon (Caitlin Fitting In)"
Painting
18 x 18
$1800
"A Is for Angelfish"
Painting
14 x 14
$1500
"Sanchioni"
Painting
14 x 11
$1500
"Tomboy"
Painting
10 x 10
$1000
"Chú Xam (Vietnamese-American Uncle Sam)"
Painting
36 x 24
$2100
"Building a Beaver World"
Painting
18 x 18
$1800