Acrylic, graphite, fabric & thread on printmaking paper
Metal frame in a brushed German silver included
Size: 37.5 W x 48.5 H 2.5 inch
Dana De Ano is a Chicago mixed-media artist creating fiber-based minimalist abstract work as she arranges reclaimed materials and paper to form a gorgeous textured landscape. This atmospheric collection of what is left behind––discarded plastics, scrap fabrics and ordinary throwaway textiles–– emerge from the white paper as multi-dimensional drawings. De Ano cites contemporary female artists like Tara Donovan, Elizabeth Neel, Judy Pfaff, and Nancy Rubins as major boundary-pushing inspirations, artists who “would have once been children that colored outside the lines”.