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natalie lanese

makes paintings, collages, and installations, which The Village Voice described as “enigmatic narratives heightened by keen color clashes and jazzy textures." Ms. Lanese has exhibited her work at MOCA Tucson, the Akron Art Museum, and the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum in Lincoln, MA, and has installed permanent public artworks in San Diego, Cincinnati, Toledo, and Cleveland, OH.

"I like the re-use of material and the potential to benefit a community. Canvus is an enthusiastic and supportive team. It was great working with them."

razzle dazzle

 

PAR #3 | 08.30.2023

about the piece

"This piece is emblematic of a body of work exploring Dazzle Camouflage, a form of disruptive painting that was applied to merchant ships during WWI. Utilizing pattern, high contrast colors, and manipulated perspective, the ships were camouflaged from enemy observation. This project provided the opportunity to paint a vessel, which relates to the original concept in an interesting way."

about the piece

"This piece is emblematic of a body of work exploring Dazzle Camouflage, a form of disruptive painting that was applied to merchant ships during WWI. Utilizing pattern, high contrast colors, and manipulated perspective, the ships were camouflaged from enemy observation. This project provided the opportunity to paint a vessel, which relates to the original concept in an interesting way."

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