Ashley Brossart is an artist living and working in Louisville, Kentucky. Brossart is a Louisville native and earned her Bachelor of Art in Studio Art from the University of Louisville. She has shown work in numerous solo and group exhibitions including; “Painted Portraits: City/Self” - Carnegie Center in New Albany, Indiana. 'New Evolution' - Gallery at the Brown Hotel, Louisville, KY , and 'Intersections - The Sequence Series' at Revelry Boutique Gallery. She is looking forward to her upcoming exhibition at Craft(s) Gallery in Louisville, Ky - January 2015. Currently Brossart has works on display at Craft(s) Gallery and Revelry Boutique Gallery in Louisville. Her upcoming projects can be followed on Instagram via #TheSequenceSeries' @Orange_Peeled or Orange- Peeled.com
Brossart’s Louisville neighborhood illustrations were featured in the June 2014
Louisville Magazine City Guide Issue. This series explores 15 neighborhoods in the city of Louisville. ‘I went to each neighborhood and collected both visuals and experience to create a unique image representing the individual community. City's never stop moving - and I aim to capture that constant evolution and growth.’
Original photos of the locations can be seen on Instagram @Orange_Peeled #NeighborhoodsTSS
Brossart's current project - 'The Sequence Series', is a reflective process of continual constant sifting through ideas about city, environment, and inhabitants. 'Through this process of daily photographing of my city environment, I reflect on the way these spaces are inhabited and influenced by how people move through and are effected by their surroundings. By sifting through the photographical information, I can choose key areas of visual importance to recreate and communicate movement, tension, and emotion. These drawings, lines and color on a surface, connect a series of pieces that work together to create a storyline, dependent upon how the viewer approaches the works. The story is mostly left to the viewer to interpret based on their unique intrinsic experience with similar architecture and daily functions. Original photographs from the series that directly influenced these pieces have been left throughout Louisville for anyone to collect and have a piece of the larger works.'
Daily photos can be found on Instagram: #thesequenceseries