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Ceelee Simpson
Love in Multiple Forms
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY
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  • Champagne, Bubble Bath and You
Cold Wax & Oil on Paper
48" x 24" 

    Champagne, Bubble Bath and You

    Cold Wax & Oil on Paper
    48" x 24"
  • Could It Be I’m Falling In Love I
Cold Wax & Oil on Paper
26" x 8" 

    Could It Be I’m Falling In Love I

    Cold Wax & Oil on Paper
    26" x 8"
  • Could It Be I’m Falling In Love II
Cold Wax & Oil on Paper
26" x 8" 

    Could It Be I’m Falling In Love II

    Cold Wax & Oil on Paper
    26" x 8"
  • Daydreaming And I’m Thinking About You
Cold Wax & Oil on Paper
26" x 19" 

    Daydreaming And I’m Thinking About You

    Cold Wax & Oil on Paper
    26" x 19"
  • First Weekend In San Francisco I
Cold Wax & Oil on Paper
18.5" x 15.5" 

    First Weekend In San Francisco I

    Cold Wax & Oil on Paper
    18.5" x 15.5"
  • First Weekend In San Francisco II
Cold Wax & Oil on Paper
19.5" x 18" 

    First Weekend In San Francisco II

    Cold Wax & Oil on Paper
    19.5" x 18"
  • Kiss Me Like Crazy
Cold Wax & Oil on Paper
26" x 8" 

    Kiss Me Like Crazy

    Cold Wax & Oil on Paper
    26" x 8"
  • Kisses In The Moonlight
Cold Wax & Oil on Paper
26" x 19" 

    Kisses In The Moonlight

    Cold Wax & Oil on Paper
    26" x 19"
  • Sign Your Name Across My Heart
Cold Wax & Oil on Paper
26" x 8" 

    Sign Your Name Across My Heart

    Cold Wax & Oil on Paper
    26" x 8"
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Ceelee Simpson

CEELEE SIMPSON

Love in Multiple Forms
July 1 – July 21, 2022
Reception: Thursday, July 7, 2022 6-8 PM

Ceelee Simpson’s vibrant designs are heart-felt declarations of passionate and tender love. While she paints, she listens to blues and jazz, and whatever emotions arise from these tunes, she pours onto the canvas. Each of her paintings explore texture and color; Simpson works in the unusual medium of cold wax and oil to create her elaborate surfaces. As a result, her art allows the viewer to feel the love that she spills onto it both emotionally and physically. Each painting makes a statement about peace found through loving others and creating relationships built on compassion and understanding.

Simpson is inspired by strong women who are not afraid of expressing themselves. Her artistic journey began in 2017, when she retired from her 40-year career in advertising and marketing and decided to paint full-time. She draws influence from Lee Krasner, Frida Kahlo, Elaine de Kooning, and other artists known for wielding expressive colors and textures. Simpson is also heavily involved in community service, with which she provides experiences for designers at any level of expertise.