Porcelain Flowers Yellow/Blue


Mary Ann Strandell's paintings examine the evolving relationship between architecture, nature, and chinoiserie to portray a sense of time and place through location and history. The decorative artifact plays a major role in her subject matter exemplifying the aesthetic hallmarks which connote particular eras and culture. This digital print, originating from an oil painting, is further manipulated in the computer such that it appears to be slightly in motion, slightly not entirely present, another consideration in depicting time and space, confined to a 2D format.
  • Artist: Mary Ann Strandell
  • Unframed Art Dimensions: 22"W x 27"H
  • Archival digital print on cold press paper; part of an edition of 20
  • Wood frame in black or white: 0.75"W x 1.25"D with 2.5" white mat and plexiglass
  • Typically ships within 2 weeks
  • SKU: SLPFTBW1021

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ARTIST BIO NYC-based, Mary Ann Strandell’s artworks are a movable terrain between image, media, and their myriad histories. She uses oil painting, drawing, ink, optical-lenticular media, and installation to explore concepts of location, memory, and time. Her ideas about perception, staging, and the decorative interweave traditional and digital mediums, including moving image. Her work examines urbanity and nature through painting and montaged images of the natural world. Her awards include a NEA grant in painting and a Dodge Fellowship. She has taught and lectured in various universities in the Midwest, Southwest, NY, and recently at Montclair State University. Click here to see more from Mary Ann Strandell.