“My current body of work is an impassioned investigation of abandoned spaces
and my experiences in them. The entropic abstract images I capture take on a transformational quality, not unlike alchemy, where my images of the ordinary become extraordinary.
The artistic process used to create my abstract art pieces begins with a digital image captured from entropic, scarred and weathered surfaces, usually in man-made environments. The pieces are printed with pigment inks on archival fine art paper. They may be box mounted and textured with extra heavy acrylic gel medium with a brushstroke finish, giving the impression of a painting.”

LuAnn Ostergaard: website