Holly Addi is a Salt Lake City-based artist who creates abstract paintings focused on the philosophy of beauty in imperfection. With a background in psychology, Addi examines energy, color, space and landscape through tempered abstraction. Addi considers her practice as a composition of imperfectionism. By utilizing abstraction, she creates moments by means of rules and omissions, acceptance and refusal, providing a space for contemplation. Her works do not reference any particular form, and interpretation becomes multifaceted. She has exhibited nationwide, and has been featured in Architectural Digest, elle decor, vogue, My Domain and Electrify Magazine. Transform your space with this archival digital print on paper, expertly framed in a black frame, hand torn and floated on its mat, under glass, complete with convenient wire for easy hanging.