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deanna mance
updated: 08/24/2015
website: www.deannamance.com
 
   
 
 
     
 
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Works in progress
Wall Drawing: III
Ladders, ladders leading
Montserrat
Time is Time
Time is Time
Figure 1
Figure 4
Figure 5
Spectre
Momus
Wall Drawing: I
heyday
#1
cajole
 
Portfolio Keywords:  pattern, architecture, meditative, nature, spiritual, abstract, geometric, obsessive, mapping, organic
 
 
Works in progress by deanna mance
Works in progress
Mixed Media on paper
present
30" x  22" 
Wall Drawing: III by deanna mance
Wall Drawing: III
Mixed Media
2015
96 " x  120 " 
Ladders, ladders leading by deanna mance
Ladders, ladders leading
Mixed Media on paper
2006-2014
36" x  43" 
Montserrat by deanna mance
Montserrat
Inks, pastels and monastery paint pigments on paper
2014
48" x  30" 
Time is Time by deanna mance
Time is Time
1,728 works on paper
2013
120" x  660" 
Time is Time by deanna mance
Time is Time
1,728 works on paper
2013
120" x  660" 
Figure 1 by deanna mance
Figure 1
Ink
2010
30" " x  22" " 
Figure 4 by deanna mance
Figure 4
Ink
2010
11" " x  14" " 
Figure 5 by deanna mance
Figure 5
Ink
2010
22" " x  30" " 
Spectre by deanna mance
Spectre
Ink and Watercolor
2010
22 " x  30 " 
Momus by deanna mance
Momus
Ink and Watercolor
2009
30" x  22" 
Wall Drawing: I by deanna mance
Wall Drawing: I
Watercolor Pencil
2010
48 " x  72 " 
heyday by deanna mance
heyday
ink,acrylic
2006
36 " x  24 " 
#1 by deanna mance
#1
ink,acrylic,tea paper
2005
6 " x  4 " 
cajole by deanna mance
cajole
ink,acrylic,polaroid
2005
5 " x  5 " 

Artist Statement
My work explores the interplay of the conscious and subconscious and the relationship between nature and human experience. I use freehand techniques and spontaneous mark making as a tool that allows the work to build and grow without the restrictions of self awareness or premeditation. Through this approach, I embrace the unpredictable qualities and uncertain outcomes of my work. The aesthetic of my work reflects my interests in the passage of time, overlooked details in the everyday and my compulsion towards repetition. Part of my practice includes salvaging found materials that either become integrated within the art making or collected as a source of inspiration. I am creatively fueled by the constraints of limited materials and the act of improvisation throughout my process.

Artist Bio / CV
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