United States of America

Alexandra Sherman
The Wayfarer

03.11.14 17.12.14

Alexandra Sherman (Washington, USA) experimented with photolithography techniques and developed multiple plates for her ongoing series La caminante (The Wayfarer).

The paintings in my ongoing series La Caminante are about contrasts, pushing and pulling, about the demarcation of courses and at the same time about the acceptance that control is an illusion. My pertinent works on making plans while facing uncertainty and on seeing light in the dark
The Wanderer or pilgrim reacts and makes its way through dark lands and lands of light, full and empty, light and heavy, being pushed or thrown in an unpredictable environment.

Alexandra Sherman
1976 | USA USA
Lives in Washington DC, USA.

2004 | Master of Visual Arts with a focus on Drawing and Painting, University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA 1998 | BA in Religion and Art, Elon University, USA

2014 | Dadian @ 25, Dadian Gallery, Washington, DC, USA.
Everything Paper, UNO Art Gallery, University of Nebraska at Omaha, Nebraska, USA.
Evolve Urban Arts Project Pierce School Art Lofts, USA
From the Studio: Artists-in-Residence 2011-2014, Dadian Gallery, Washington, USA.

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