Painting is my means of working through the complexities of humans. The organic forms I paint represent my love/hate relationship with people. Humans are reflections of their experiences. Their thoughts, beliefs, likes, dislikes, and words are what make them individuals. I mimic this buildup of experience into personhood using line, color, form, and transparency. My goal is to create an atmospheric space that forces the viewer to look past the surface and into the center of each low gravity form I paint.
Mycah Higley is an abstract painter residing in Mukilteo, WA. She received her BFA in Painting and Drawing from the University of Oklahoma. Her painting is intuitive, experimental, and a means of understanding her surroundings. Her current work uses color, form, and transparency to create low-gravity spaces filled with organic forms that represent the complexity of the individual.