Oberon Showroom

Oberon Showroom - Oberon Asscher

We had the pleasure of sitting down with Winter, the latest artist featured in our Oberon Showroom from March 31st to June 30th. She shared insights into what inspires her art. Check out some photos from the Mantra exhibit and read our conversation with her below. You can follow her on Instagram at @Morewinswin



How long have you been an Artist ? How long have you been doing this type of format?

I’ve known how to draw since I was kid, so it’s naturally something I’m good at. In high school, I started painting on canvas and paper. I didn’t get into a digital format until I started doing graphic design.

Once I became a graphic designer I was using my laptop and iPad way more so I started exploring drawing on the iPad. I wouldn’t say I became an artist or at-least took it serious to be consistent until I did the art show. I enjoyed being able to sit down for almost 3 months and working on pieces it was therapeutic from everything else I do creating.

What inspires your work?? What do you want viewers to feel when they view your work?

I draw inspiration from everything around me and my daily experiences. As a creative, I strive to make my work feel effortless, letting my experiences guide my hand rather than chasing inspiration. I’ve always been influenced by modern and contemporary art, particularly the works of George Condo, whose art I greatly admire.

Although I’m still new to being an artist and my journey is just beginning, I know one thing for sure: I want my art to spark conversations. I aim for my work to make viewers think, feel inspired, be fascinated, and find happiness. I use vibrant colors and a playful style because I want to bring joy and a fresh perspective into homes or wherever my art ends up.

What’s your Favorite piece from this exhibit?

Whenever I’m asked my favorite art piece, I always think back to 'Tennessee Warhol. That project was the spark that started everything for me. It was where my passion truly ignited, setting me on a path full of amazing opportunities. Reflecting on it now, I can't help but feel grateful. 'Tennessee Warhol' wasn't just a project; it was the beginning of everything. Without it, I wouldn't be where I am today. It reminds me of how far I've come and how important it is to cherish the beginnings that shape our stories.

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