IMPRESSIONIST FINGER-PAINTS BEAUTIFULLY VIBRANT MASTERWORKS
A sort of textural impressionism
Iris Scott is a New York-based artist who keeps away from brushes and uses only her fingers to paint. Iris wears gloves to oil-paint expressive chromatic paintings and stay closer to her artful pieces. This painting expression is some sort of textural impressionism. By using only her fingers, Iris becomes part of the artistic response tired of the “non-representational wasteland of corporate abstract art”. The new wave is called instinctualism and follows its yet dominant predecessor minimalism, to generate beautiful art likable to both small children and art collectors with a delicate artistic kick.