30 x 30 inches on panel Poplar Wood
mixed media
This painting is very special to me because it was the first of a 59 piece series I did for a Hospital in New Orleans. I was given the task of filling 59 patient rooms in the ICU section of the University Medical Center. I wanted to provide the patients with an escape or a moment of serenity from their current situation. I kept a very specific and calming palette in mind. When this free-flowing piece came to life, I knew I had to continue the series for the hospital with that same cathartic and mindful expression as I had used in "Swan Lake". At the end of the day, I hope this series brought some joy or provided a source of peace for the patients as it did for me.


Goss is a New Orleans abstract painter. Receiving her BFA from Southern Methodist University, her work has been shown throughout the United States and Europe. Her work is interpretative, vivacious and experimental. She is motivated by “happy accidents” which happen throughout her painting process and the colorful culture of New Orleans. She currently lives and creates from her studio located on Magazine Street.

30 x 30 inches on panel
Poplar Wood
mixed media



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