Acrobat - Framed Print - Edition 6/10
"Acrobat" print by Shanti Conlan. Signed lower right; Edition 6/10 lower left. 1995-1996.
Custom solid wood ebony frame, museum UV glass, 8 ply mat. Artist info sheet included.
Framed dimensions: 12 3/4" x 16 7/8"
Mat window: 6 1/2" x 8 1/2"
About the Art & Process:
Intaglio: Etching, Aquatint & Dry Point; Chine Collé
Shanti's art is an effort to organize the chaos of her memories and give substance to the ephemeral. She is interested in visually interpreting objects and places, as well as the more obscure elements of experience -sound, motion, light, tactile and emotional sensation- and filtering them through her own lens. By rendering them into the physical, she can control them, she is given the time and the patience to make sense of the images and conversely, of her memories and experiences.
About the Artist:
The daughter of Peace Corp volunteers, Shanti Conlan was born on Majuro in the Marshall Islands. She spent her childhood in Ann Arbor, Michigan until her family was transferred to Houston, Texas, where she graduated from the city’s High School for the Performing and Visual Arts. She earned her BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Her work has been exhibited in numerous solo and group shows regionally and nationally. After living in many different cities around the United States, she returned to Houston, where she has built her home and studio.