Ruth Freeman’s paintings are created by layering both physical and digital drawings. Freeman utilizes the same process of perfection and detail that parallels the digital functions we use on a daily basis. By emulating the computer through physical gesture, time simulation, and bright colors, she places herself in a strategic position to differentiate between the virtual and the real. In doing so, her paintings create an intended awkwardness--a digital feedback loop. Ruth Freeman received her MFA in Fine Arts from the School of Visual Arts in New York City in 2016 and has been in select group shows nationally and internationally. Freeman had her first solo show at Beers London in 2016 and her paintings were recently exhibited at PULSE Miami and Seattle Art Fair with K. Imperial Fine Art. She is represented by COUNTY gallery in Palm Beach, FL and lives and works in upstate New York.