Lot 3 - Alicia Rothman - Giraffe
Oil on Gessoed Card
Signed on Verso
Curated by Sandra De Giorgi
Alicia Rothman's unique style of painting and drawing employs a varied use of original printmaking techniques, including silkscreen, laser engraving, hand-cut stencils, resists, relief, and intaglio, combined with painting in oil on wood panels.
She draws on the history of art for her inspiration, with influences ranging from ancient fresco wall paintings, mosaics, Byzantine, Medieval, and Renaissance art to twentieth-century textile design by Anni Albers, Anne Ryan, Helen Frankenthaler to name a few.
BA, Hunter College and Harpur College, Binghamton. MFA, Indiana University, Bloomington.
A Few Recent Exhibits -
May 2018- 2020, 2022 Susan Eley Fine Art, Nyc. March 2021 Jason McCoy online Artsy Drawing exhibit, April 2020, Drawing Challenge Jason McCoy I-XI online exhibits during Covid 19. December 2019 Thomas Deans Fine Art, Atlanta, GA, June 2019, Illes Arts, Hamptons, NY. 2013, 2015 Royal academy of London, UK Summer Exhibitions,
Hampton Classic Poster Commission 2003, Governors Island Art Fair work featured and reviewed in "Art in America" 2009. Dillon Gallery 1998-2005.
Thomas Deans Fine Art, Atlanta and I work with Susan Eley Fine Art, NYC - work on Artsy and 1stdibs.
Statement about AOAP Submitted Artworks
The works submitted for this auction are about animals such as giraffe, elephant, horse and use techniques I have developed over many years of experimentation. I gesso the postcards first to be able to rework them to get the best image.
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