Inspired by Gothic fiction, her images are reflections on the progression from ignorance, to terror, to hope, ultimately arriving at an exhausted state of wisdom and humility.
Month: April 2022
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The exhibition retraces the many moments of exchange between Alexander Archipenko and modern Italian artists.
The film will be available for rental on Amazon Prime, Vudu, Roku, and others on May 3, followed by the network premiere on Starz on June 1.
My art takes on the form of stories that focus on the frustrations and experiences of everyday life.
Intuitive artmaking helps me to better understand myself and the world.
By reuse and reinterpretation of an object, I try to create a space where my audience can have their own association and interpretation of the world that we live in.
I have been painting life sized canvas car parts which will be combined into one 25 foot long car-painting.
I find my work exists in the space between documentary and fine art photography.
Since I’ve been at CMU, I’ve made sure to always address the concept behind a work either before, while, or after its completion.