Freeman, who obtained her Master’s degree in Fine arts from the New York University, first worked as an artist at the New York Studio School and the Massachusetts College of Art before she began to exhibit her work throughout the United States and internationally.
Strongly influenced by the ideas of the Bauhaus School and the graphics of the last century, Freeman has found her style in presenting new, abstract shapes in simple ways. Today, her works are identified by interesting shapes, clean contours and striking colours created with gouache on Khadi, a type of cotton cloth made in India.
The bright abstract shapes against a clean white background are quite extraordinary and express a feeling of limitation and control, but also physical reality, while the sharp edges and neat contours bring about a clear-cut and minimalist aesthetic. While her work’s message can be open to different interpretations, the symbols of control, precision and minimalism are prominent.