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Uncoordinated Colors

Alex Dunn


As a kid, I attended a performing arts school in Macon, Georgia, and from there, I knew art was going to be prominent in my life. I enjoyed sketching and painting, but I did not find my medium until 2 years ago when I started working with paper pulp. I chose to work with paper because I knew my first choice, clay, was costly. It took me a couple of tries to figure out the consistency, but once I got it right, I soon made my first piece "Alias Slyest Whims". Inspired by the vibrant hues of the 70s and 80s, I create colorful offbeat pieces merely because it brings me joy and keeps my mind wondering.

August 4th - October 27th

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