OEUVRE OF RENEE RADELL
The oeuvre of Renee Radell has both delighted and challenged audiences for more than 70 years, . Her long list of public and private exhibitions commences in the 1950s and extends until the present time. In addition to always achieving acclaim among art critics, equally the artist values and has earned the esteem of her fellow artists. Her paintings are in numerous private and institutional collections in the Americas and Europe. Several art museums, including the Detroit Institute of Arts and the Walter P. Chrysler Museum, have also purchased her paintings.
Renee Radell’s lifetime oeuvre is vast and diverse. For example, although she favors linen and canvas, she has been very productive on paper, board, collage and new materials. Media ranges from her staple oil paint to watercolor in early years, acrylic, spray, mixed media and also sculpture and clay figurines.
Subject matter is primarily representational art, of course including her signature social commentary art. In fact, Radell also moves effortlessly through still life, landscapes, and portraits. Moreover, key pieces from her strong foray into abstract art since 2010 rival some of her best figurative art.