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  • Art. illustration. For Example: laura heaney

    04.11.2012

    laura heaney

    illustration

    Laura Heaney is a 2007 graduate from the University of Toronto, where she majored in Visual Art, while minoring in History and Art History. This training would later come to inform her work, as her focus on classical and renaissance periods, combined with study in contemporary theory, would later provide both traditional and modern day audiences with essential fundamentals - classical aesthetics meets conceptual thought.

    Heaney's series, Food, calls attention to the bounty of today. Originally she had used these works to look directly at the increasing disconnect from whole foods and their origins that processed and manufactured store packaged foods have allowed. By glorifying many of the chemically induced products people are enticed to consume on a regular basis, Heaney had attempted to make aware the harmful effects that imported and processed foods were having on everyday people through their convenient packaged allure.

    With time, Heaney has come to understand that her Food series has "organically" taken on a softer commentary, one that acts more as a reflection for people's relationships and habits with their food, and less as a cautionary critique of effects of the current food industry.

    Her work, completed in coloured pencil, references influences by both Andy Warhol's commercial pop art-ism, and the sixteenth century still life Dutch masters. By combining the two styles of very distinct time periods, Heaney brings about a false sense of romance to accompany her subject matter.

    www.lauraheaney.com
  • Art. illustration. For Example: laura heaney

    04.11.2012

    laura heaney

    illustration

    Laura Heaney is a 2007 graduate from the University of Toronto, where she majored in Visual Art, while minoring in History and Art History. This training would later come to inform her work, as her focus on classical and renaissance periods, combined with study in contemporary theory, would later provide both traditional and modern day audiences with essential fundamentals - classical aesthetics meets conceptual thought.

    Heaney's series, Food, calls attention to the bounty of today. Originally she had used these works to look directly at the increasing disconnect from whole foods and their origins that processed and manufactured store packaged foods have allowed. By glorifying many of the chemically induced products people are enticed to consume on a regular basis, Heaney had attempted to make aware the harmful effects that imported and processed foods were having on everyday people through their convenient packaged allure.

    With time, Heaney has come to understand that her Food series has "organically" taken on a softer commentary, one that acts more as a reflection for people's relationships and habits with their food, and less as a cautionary critique of effects of the current food industry.

    Her work, completed in coloured pencil, references influences by both Andy Warhol's commercial pop art-ism, and the sixteenth century still life Dutch masters. By combining the two styles of very distinct time periods, Heaney brings about a false sense of romance to accompany her subject matter.

    www.lauraheaney.com
  • Art. illustration. For Example: laura heaney

    04.11.2012

    laura heaney

    illustration

    Laura Heaney is a 2007 graduate from the University of Toronto, where she majored in Visual Art, while minoring in History and Art History. This training would later come to inform her work, as her focus on classical and renaissance periods, combined with study in contemporary theory, would later provide both traditional and modern day audiences with essential fundamentals - classical aesthetics meets conceptual thought.

    Heaney's series, Food, calls attention to the bounty of today. Originally she had used these works to look directly at the increasing disconnect from whole foods and their origins that processed and manufactured store packaged foods have allowed. By glorifying many of the chemically induced products people are enticed to consume on a regular basis, Heaney had attempted to make aware the harmful effects that imported and processed foods were having on everyday people through their convenient packaged allure.

    With time, Heaney has come to understand that her Food series has "organically" taken on a softer commentary, one that acts more as a reflection for people's relationships and habits with their food, and less as a cautionary critique of effects of the current food industry.

    Her work, completed in coloured pencil, references influences by both Andy Warhol's commercial pop art-ism, and the sixteenth century still life Dutch masters. By combining the two styles of very distinct time periods, Heaney brings about a false sense of romance to accompany her subject matter.

    www.lauraheaney.com
  • Art. illustration. For Example: laura heaney

    04.11.2012

    laura heaney

    illustration

    Laura Heaney is a 2007 graduate from the University of Toronto, where she majored in Visual Art, while minoring in History and Art History. This training would later come to inform her work, as her focus on classical and renaissance periods, combined with study in contemporary theory, would later provide both traditional and modern day audiences with essential fundamentals - classical aesthetics meets conceptual thought.

    Heaney's series, Food, calls attention to the bounty of today. Originally she had used these works to look directly at the increasing disconnect from whole foods and their origins that processed and manufactured store packaged foods have allowed. By glorifying many of the chemically induced products people are enticed to consume on a regular basis, Heaney had attempted to make aware the harmful effects that imported and processed foods were having on everyday people through their convenient packaged allure.

    With time, Heaney has come to understand that her Food series has "organically" taken on a softer commentary, one that acts more as a reflection for people's relationships and habits with their food, and less as a cautionary critique of effects of the current food industry.

    Her work, completed in coloured pencil, references influences by both Andy Warhol's commercial pop art-ism, and the sixteenth century still life Dutch masters. By combining the two styles of very distinct time periods, Heaney brings about a false sense of romance to accompany her subject matter.

    www.lauraheaney.com
  • Art. illustration. For Example: laura heaney

    04.11.2012

    laura heaney

    illustration

    Laura Heaney is a 2007 graduate from the University of Toronto, where she majored in Visual Art, while minoring in History and Art History. This training would later come to inform her work, as her focus on classical and renaissance periods, combined with study in contemporary theory, would later provide both traditional and modern day audiences with essential fundamentals - classical aesthetics meets conceptual thought.

    Heaney's series, Food, calls attention to the bounty of today. Originally she had used these works to look directly at the increasing disconnect from whole foods and their origins that processed and manufactured store packaged foods have allowed. By glorifying many of the chemically induced products people are enticed to consume on a regular basis, Heaney had attempted to make aware the harmful effects that imported and processed foods were having on everyday people through their convenient packaged allure.

    With time, Heaney has come to understand that her Food series has "organically" taken on a softer commentary, one that acts more as a reflection for people's relationships and habits with their food, and less as a cautionary critique of effects of the current food industry.

    Her work, completed in coloured pencil, references influences by both Andy Warhol's commercial pop art-ism, and the sixteenth century still life Dutch masters. By combining the two styles of very distinct time periods, Heaney brings about a false sense of romance to accompany her subject matter.

    www.lauraheaney.com
  • Art. illustration. For Example: laura heaney

    04.11.2012

    laura heaney

    illustration

    Laura Heaney is a 2007 graduate from the University of Toronto, where she majored in Visual Art, while minoring in History and Art History. This training would later come to inform her work, as her focus on classical and renaissance periods, combined with study in contemporary theory, would later provide both traditional and modern day audiences with essential fundamentals - classical aesthetics meets conceptual thought.

    Heaney's series, Food, calls attention to the bounty of today. Originally she had used these works to look directly at the increasing disconnect from whole foods and their origins that processed and manufactured store packaged foods have allowed. By glorifying many of the chemically induced products people are enticed to consume on a regular basis, Heaney had attempted to make aware the harmful effects that imported and processed foods were having on everyday people through their convenient packaged allure.

    With time, Heaney has come to understand that her Food series has "organically" taken on a softer commentary, one that acts more as a reflection for people's relationships and habits with their food, and less as a cautionary critique of effects of the current food industry.

    Her work, completed in coloured pencil, references influences by both Andy Warhol's commercial pop art-ism, and the sixteenth century still life Dutch masters. By combining the two styles of very distinct time periods, Heaney brings about a false sense of romance to accompany her subject matter.

    www.lauraheaney.com
  • Art. illustration. For Example: laura heaney

    04.11.2012

    laura heaney

    illustration

    Laura Heaney is a 2007 graduate from the University of Toronto, where she majored in Visual Art, while minoring in History and Art History. This training would later come to inform her work, as her focus on classical and renaissance periods, combined with study in contemporary theory, would later provide both traditional and modern day audiences with essential fundamentals - classical aesthetics meets conceptual thought.

    Heaney's series, Food, calls attention to the bounty of today. Originally she had used these works to look directly at the increasing disconnect from whole foods and their origins that processed and manufactured store packaged foods have allowed. By glorifying many of the chemically induced products people are enticed to consume on a regular basis, Heaney had attempted to make aware the harmful effects that imported and processed foods were having on everyday people through their convenient packaged allure.

    With time, Heaney has come to understand that her Food series has "organically" taken on a softer commentary, one that acts more as a reflection for people's relationships and habits with their food, and less as a cautionary critique of effects of the current food industry.

    Her work, completed in coloured pencil, references influences by both Andy Warhol's commercial pop art-ism, and the sixteenth century still life Dutch masters. By combining the two styles of very distinct time periods, Heaney brings about a false sense of romance to accompany her subject matter.

    www.lauraheaney.com
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