Alyssa is also an emerging contemporary artist. In her free time she spends her hours in the studio, painting and creating works on paper.
Her artwork focuses on improvisational painting and drawing, and emotional manifestation; exploring applications and juxtapositions of the deliberate and the impulsive, the expected and the unexpected, and masculine and feminine energies.
At home in Brooklyn and Queens for more than 12 years, Alyssa's work is heavily influenced by urban textures and street art, as well as the Abstract Expressionist movement, Washington Color School, and New York School painters including Helen Frankenthaler, Adolph Gottleib, and Cy Twombly; and contemporary artists Carolee Schneemann, Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and Takashi Murakami.
Alyssa's contemporary artwork, and exhibition info, can be viewed at Alyssa Yeager Studio.