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  • Art. painting. For Example: Karli Henneman

    12.07.2014

    Karli Henneman

    painting

    Love these paintings by the American artist, portraying the darker side of popular culture.

    'This body of work embodies conceptual ideas of self-perception and identity. I pull images from popular culture, and fashion magazines, and vintage images from LIFE loaded with strong emotional content. By deconstructing faces, I intend to create a shell for the viewers to find themselves in my work. The mixed media collages are created on top of vibrant abstract paintings. The vibration of text, colors, paint, textures, and deconstructed images provide a stimulating visual journey.'

    www.karli-henneman.com
  • Art. painting. For Example: Karli Henneman

    12.07.2014

    Karli Henneman

    painting

    'I grew up in Idaho and began working in the fashion industry overseas by the age of 15. I spent my teenage years primarily in Japan, before starting my art education in Paris at Parsons the New School for Design. I transferred my studies to New York and got my BFA from Parsons in Fine Art. During this time, I worked as an intern with fashion designer DVF and installation artist Lisa Hoke. After graduating from school I created an art workshop for children in Rwanda, with Rwanda Works. The mixed media workshops provided the materials for the children to express themselves as individuals through an array of artistic outlets. Upon my arrival back to the United States, I relocated to San Francisco, where I split time between modeling and creating large-scale abstract paintings. After being accepted to NYU’s Art Therapy program I returned to New York City to study again. This element of my life merged art making along with psychology. My current body of work embodies conceptual ideas of self-perception and identity. I pull images from popular culture, and fashion magazines, and vintage images from LIFE loaded with strong emotional content. By deconstructing faces, I intend to create a shell for the viewers to find themselves in my work. The mixed media collages are created on top of vibrant abstract paintings. The vibration of text, colors, paint, textures, and deconstructed images provide a stimulating visual journey.'

    www.karli-henneman.com
  • Art. painting. For Example: Karli Henneman

    12.07.2014

    Karli Henneman

    painting

    'I grew up in Idaho and began working in the fashion industry overseas by the age of 15. I spent my teenage years primarily in Japan, before starting my art education in Paris at Parsons the New School for Design. I transferred my studies to New York and got my BFA from Parsons in Fine Art. During this time, I worked as an intern with fashion designer DVF and installation artist Lisa Hoke. After graduating from school I created an art workshop for children in Rwanda, with Rwanda Works. The mixed media workshops provided the materials for the children to express themselves as individuals through an array of artistic outlets. Upon my arrival back to the United States, I relocated to San Francisco, where I split time between modeling and creating large-scale abstract paintings. After being accepted to NYU’s Art Therapy program I returned to New York City to study again. This element of my life merged art making along with psychology. My current body of work embodies conceptual ideas of self-perception and identity. I pull images from popular culture, and fashion magazines, and vintage images from LIFE loaded with strong emotional content. By deconstructing faces, I intend to create a shell for the viewers to find themselves in my work. The mixed media collages are created on top of vibrant abstract paintings. The vibration of text, colors, paint, textures, and deconstructed images provide a stimulating visual journey.'

    www.karli-henneman.com
  • Art. painting. For Example: Karli Henneman

    12.07.2014

    Karli Henneman

    painting

    'I grew up in Idaho and began working in the fashion industry overseas by the age of 15. I spent my teenage years primarily in Japan, before starting my art education in Paris at Parsons the New School for Design. I transferred my studies to New York and got my BFA from Parsons in Fine Art. During this time, I worked as an intern with fashion designer DVF and installation artist Lisa Hoke. After graduating from school I created an art workshop for children in Rwanda, with Rwanda Works. The mixed media workshops provided the materials for the children to express themselves as individuals through an array of artistic outlets. Upon my arrival back to the United States, I relocated to San Francisco, where I split time between modeling and creating large-scale abstract paintings. After being accepted to NYU’s Art Therapy program I returned to New York City to study again. This element of my life merged art making along with psychology. My current body of work embodies conceptual ideas of self-perception and identity. I pull images from popular culture, and fashion magazines, and vintage images from LIFE loaded with strong emotional content. By deconstructing faces, I intend to create a shell for the viewers to find themselves in my work. The mixed media collages are created on top of vibrant abstract paintings. The vibration of text, colors, paint, textures, and deconstructed images provide a stimulating visual journey.'

    www.karli-henneman.com
  • Art. painting. For Example: Karli Henneman

    12.07.2014

    Karli Henneman

    painting

    'I grew up in Idaho and began working in the fashion industry overseas by the age of 15. I spent my teenage years primarily in Japan, before starting my art education in Paris at Parsons the New School for Design. I transferred my studies to New York and got my BFA from Parsons in Fine Art. During this time, I worked as an intern with fashion designer DVF and installation artist Lisa Hoke. After graduating from school I created an art workshop for children in Rwanda, with Rwanda Works. The mixed media workshops provided the materials for the children to express themselves as individuals through an array of artistic outlets. Upon my arrival back to the United States, I relocated to San Francisco, where I split time between modeling and creating large-scale abstract paintings. After being accepted to NYU’s Art Therapy program I returned to New York City to study again. This element of my life merged art making along with psychology. My current body of work embodies conceptual ideas of self-perception and identity. I pull images from popular culture, and fashion magazines, and vintage images from LIFE loaded with strong emotional content. By deconstructing faces, I intend to create a shell for the viewers to find themselves in my work. The mixed media collages are created on top of vibrant abstract paintings. The vibration of text, colors, paint, textures, and deconstructed images provide a stimulating visual journey.'

    www.karli-henneman.com
  • Art. painting. For Example: Karli Henneman

    12.07.2014

    Karli Henneman

    painting

    'I grew up in Idaho and began working in the fashion industry overseas by the age of 15. I spent my teenage years primarily in Japan, before starting my art education in Paris at Parsons the New School for Design. I transferred my studies to New York and got my BFA from Parsons in Fine Art. During this time, I worked as an intern with fashion designer DVF and installation artist Lisa Hoke. After graduating from school I created an art workshop for children in Rwanda, with Rwanda Works. The mixed media workshops provided the materials for the children to express themselves as individuals through an array of artistic outlets. Upon my arrival back to the United States, I relocated to San Francisco, where I split time between modeling and creating large-scale abstract paintings. After being accepted to NYU’s Art Therapy program I returned to New York City to study again. This element of my life merged art making along with psychology. My current body of work embodies conceptual ideas of self-perception and identity. I pull images from popular culture, and fashion magazines, and vintage images from LIFE loaded with strong emotional content. By deconstructing faces, I intend to create a shell for the viewers to find themselves in my work. The mixed media collages are created on top of vibrant abstract paintings. The vibration of text, colors, paint, textures, and deconstructed images provide a stimulating visual journey.'

    www.karli-henneman.com
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