Studio Work from last Quarter

I know that a post about my trip to Cambodia is long overdue but I really need to post this work and get feedback from people. Don’t be shy. Key themes in my work: pattern, nature, claiming space, mimicry, and camouflage.
vinebrick

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This piece is about 24″ x 36″ is size, so it’s what I call a small scale study for my larger work. It all starts with a photograph of a pattern I find in nature and as that motif gets more and more designed it becomes simpler and simpler. I incorporated photography, gouache painting, screenprinting, and digital printing in this work on paper.

This work is approximately 5’x 9′. The next step for me is to work more on the areas of transition, and start to morph the final “designed” patterns back down to other patterns occurring in nature…so on and so forth until it encompasses an entire room, claiming it so to speak. I’ll probably be working a relatively smaller this quarter, since I’ll working mostly on my research so get ready for some theory…

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About AGrayHarper

Andrea Gray Harper is an artist, designer, and maker who incorporates embroidery, screen-printing, and digital techniques into her handmade objects. A native of the Southeastern United Sates, Gray’s exposure to tropical plants and a lack of winter season garnished her love for the outdoors, plants, and bright colors. In 2007 Gray received a B.F.A degree from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design University in Textiles and Fashion. Since then she has attained an M.F.A in Fibers, participated in various solo and group exhibitions and trade shows, won Second Place in the Annual Juried Artist Book Symposium at the ACA Library of SCAD, and received the Ben C. Morris travel scholarship to study abroad in Cambodia. Today Gray is working on a variety of projects, from photo styling to garden design and event planning.

2 thoughts on “Studio Work from last Quarter

  1. Your creativity combining art and nature continues to amaze and delight me! You have found an interesting formula. I can actually visualize this growing in the historic district. Absolutely fabulous!

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