20. Serena Mitnik-Miller
Serena Mitnik-Miller’s geometric abstractions are born from repetition. Each begins with subtle cues taken from nature, which she then multiplies into interlocking lines of pigment. Working with watercolor pigments, her palette is informed by the sunsets, dune grass, and deep blue sea near her Ocean Beach home in San Francisco— and in more recent years, the native plants and dry earth of Topanga Canyon where she now lives with her family. This unique watercolor was recently featured in the Bolinas Museum popular summer exhibition In Parallel, which was her first museum exhibition.