Bennet LeMaster is a self-taught abstract expressionist, musician and Nashville native. Her work has been sold across the country to clientele ranging from pro football players to her east-side neighbors.
Despite living most of her life in the south, LeMaster’s art is greatly influenced by the contemporary the New York artists that she fell in love with as a young girl, such as visual artists Basquiat and Richard Prince and musicians like Norah Jones, Ella Fitzgerald and Talib Kweli.
LeMaster sees her art as a public diary, drawing inspiration from music, nature, her childhood in the south and her queer identity. In this way, each piece is a representation of where she was at the time it was created- no two paintings are alike.
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