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Looking for an original artist Met an artist at ACen 2011, would like to follow their work

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Posted 02 September 2011 - 09:33 PM

Hi, I'm looking for an artist I met and bought prints from at ACen 2011. I was in a rush at the time and I didn't see any signage on the booth or business cards. I asked her to sign her work, but unfortunately I can't read the signature. ^^' I'd really appreciate it if anyone could inform me of the name of the artist or studio, or if the artist herself would be able to forward me to a page that I can follow.

The artist was female with a European accent. If the artist is reading, recall that I mentioned your work felt inspired by Hans Bellmer and I had just written a report about him. The artist's work is somewhat surreal and uses a lot of skeletal and Native American imagery, such as animal skulls and feathers. The collection consisted of predominantly linework, or black and white with some color accents, as I recall. The drawings I have are pencil and ink with - I think - digital color accents. I'd really like to follow this work if there is any website/blog/Facebook/DeviantArt for the studio/artist! Thank you!

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Posted 20 October 2011 - 04:01 PM

View Postdivine_fanaticy, on 02 September 2011 - 09:33 PM, said:

Hi, I'm looking for an artist I met and bought prints from at ACen 2011. I was in a rush at the time and I didn't see any signage on the booth or business cards. I asked her to sign her work, but unfortunately I can't read the signature. ^^' I'd really appreciate it if anyone could inform me of the name of the artist or studio, or if the artist herself would be able to forward me to a page that I can follow.

The artist was female with a European accent. If the artist is reading, recall that I mentioned your work felt inspired by Hans Bellmer and I had just written a report about him. The artist's work is somewhat surreal and uses a lot of skeletal and Native American imagery, such as animal skulls and feathers. The collection consisted of predominantly linework, or black and white with some color accents, as I recall. The drawings I have are pencil and ink with - I think - digital color accents. I'd really like to follow this work if there is any website/blog/Facebook/DeviantArt for the studio/artist! Thank you!


I was just in the neighborhood and I noticed that this topic didn't have any replies. So....
Maybe people will be able to help you find who you are looking for
Or
Said Artist was found.

Either way I hope things work out.
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Posted 27 November 2011 - 10:09 PM

Thank you Voltaire30! I haven't gained any headway in this, but sadly this is all the information I can give other than maybe photographs of the prints I bought.

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