Tag Archives: Animals

DAAS – Kobe, Japan

Briefly describe the work you do. My work synthesizes line, geometric shapes, rich textures and color to produce paintings that use both representational and abstract elements to create recognizable forms such as humans, animals and insects. Tell us about your … Continue reading

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Nevena Vuksanovic – Serbia, Belgrade

Briefly describe the work you do. To build a sculpture I need physical involvement, great immediacy. Forms mature upon their long being created in imagination. At the moment of personal separation from them, during the tension of my overall sensibility, I … Continue reading

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Emily Glass – Rochester, New York

Briefly describe the work you do. I mainly identify as a painter, but my work ranges in materials from traditional and water-soluble oil paint, to ink, oil and chalk pastels, to graphite and charcoal. I generally work on paper or … Continue reading

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Adrian Chin – Chester, New Jersey

Briefly describe the work you do. I work primarily in printmaking and drawing, focusing on intaglio and lithography.  I have an interest in forms found in biology and draw inspiration from these images. My work explores the psychological aspect of stress, … Continue reading

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Maria Lux – Champaign, Illinois

Briefly describe the work you do. I make installation-based projects that use a variety of material approaches centering around animals. I consider myself part of larger work going on in many different disciplines that strives to take animals seriously as … Continue reading

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Ashton Ludden – Knoxville, Tennessee

Briefly describe the work you do. My recent prints are primarily engravings augmented with labored aquatints and its imagery initiates a conversation about our relationship with animals. We assign roles and values to various species based on their function, visual … Continue reading

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Aaron North – Providence, Rhode Island

Briefly describe the work that you do. I predominately paint animals, humans, and objects, and I work in oils. My paintings are typically very busy and colorful. At what point in your life did you decide to become an artist? … Continue reading

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