I love artist Kelly Reemtsen's mid-century modern forms

Artist Kelly Reemtsen’s body of work, in addition to the modernist subject matter, is her use of white paint. The Caldwell Snyder Gallery showcases her online exhibition, and notes that, ” Her use of white space serves to isolate the objects she renders, as if to revere these past art forms she so adores.”

Waiting with Eames 72″ x 48″ Oil on Panel. 
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I have to say her work reminds me of another favorite - Wayne Thiebaud. Thiebaud use white is a similar manner (below). 

Display Cakes, Wayne Thiebaud, oil on canvas, 1963

The kids and me recently went to the National Gallery of Art (east wing) in DC. We took a photo of Thiebaud's originals.

I am sure I will post on Reemtsen's work again. You need to see her iconic paintings of women with tools. She amazes me.