Holly Addi is a Salt Lake City-based artist whose work follows the legacy of abstract expressionism artists such as Helen Frankenthaler and Clyfford Still. Like her predecessors, Addi has mastered the power of negative space to create a commanding visual effect. Her paintings, constructed with rules and omissions, acceptance and refusal, convey intense personal moments through abstraction. Each time you approach her work, you will discover new layers of depth that engage the viewer. Addi's talent has earned her exhibitions in major cities such as New York, Atlanta, and Houston, and features in publications such as Architectural Digest, Harper's Bazaar CZ, and MyDomaine.