Lot 295 - Alanna Hernandez - Membrane 3
Coloured Pencil on Paper
A6 (15x10cm) Original Artwork
Signed on Verso
Alanna is an artist and educator living in Midcoast Maine. She creates abstract colored pencil works about trauma and human relationships, and how the effects of these are felt in our bodies.
B.A. University of Massachusetts Amherst, 2010
2022 INSIDE DRAFTSWOMEN, group exhibition curated by Christine Brey, Feinkunst Kruger, Hamburg, Germany.
2022 DRAWING WITHIN, solo exhibition, Interloc Projects, Rockland, ME
2021 LAUNDRY DAY 3, community exhibition and auction, New Systems Exhibitions, Portland, ME.
2021 IN COLOR, juried exhibition, Cape Cod Cultural Center, South Yarmouth MA
2019 Archipelago, The Island Institute Store, Rockland ME
2018 PLAY: ART INSPIRED BY CHILDRENS’ ART, juried exhibition, The Harlow Gallery,
2018 HEALING NATURE: HUMAN VISION, ART, & THE ENVIRONMENT, juried exhibtion,
Cape Cod Museum of Art, Dennis, MA
Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork
Alanna is an artist and educator living in Midcoast Maine. She creates abstract work about trauma and human relationships; and how the effects of these are felt in our bodies. She uses abstract ribbon forms that are interrupted, or intruded upon, by external objects to explore bodily feelings like hurt, tenderness, and protection. Her work also explores how we adjust to, or conceal the wounds we receive from trauma. How do we make space in our bodies for these wounds, and our strong emotions? Her process of drawing with colored pencils on wood is disciplined and meditative. It invites the viewer to similarly slow down, and notice.
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