November 3, 2011

Eve Andrée Laramée

'Suburban Leisuredrome', acrylic on paper.
  'Cellular Memories' 1997,sea salt, red wine, vinyl tubing, etched glass, stainless steel.
'Yucca Mountain Glow',digital print archival ink/paper.
'Abandoned Airport in Roswell', digital print archival ink/paper.

'Map Experiment 12' ,digital print with archival inks/paper.

Eve Andrée Laramée was born in 1956 in Los Angeles, California. She received her Bachelor of Arts from San Diego State University in San Diego, California  and currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. Eve Andrée Laramée is a professor of sculpture at the Maryland Institute College of art. She is a sculptor and installation artist, and most of her art work deals with certain aspects of science that she tries to incorporate. Her work has been exhibited world wide and some countries are Israel, Poland, United States, Europe, France, England, and New York. In most of her work she uses many different colors and different variations of shapes. Her work also includes photographs and drawings. My favorite piece of artwork was 'Abandoned Airport in Roswell', I thought it was very unique.


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