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People as paintings: Alexa Meade at TEDGlobal 2013

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Originally posted on TED Blog:

When you’re an artist, everything you see can seem like a canvas, a blank page with the potential for something beautiful. Alexa Meade sees this quite literally, using actual people as both subject and canvas. Painting on a 1-to-1 scale, Meade takes real-life subjects and turns them into paintings, playing with the shadow and light of the human form.

Look closely.

And again:

Meade graduated with a degree in political science and thought she’d get a government job, but when she found this way of creating a portrait late in her college career, it changed the direction of her life. So, instead of moving to Washington, DC, and taking a desk job after graduation, she moved into her parents’ basement and began teaching herself to paint. Her first models were grapefruit, eggs, toast … then moving on herself and her neighbor.

Onstage, she shares a new series of collaborative portraits…

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Written by paranoiasnfm

13 de Junho de 2013 às 19:05

Na categoria Paranóia

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  1. I love the brush strokes. such depth.

    Master's Slave

    13 de Junho de 2013 at 20:25


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