ArtFace: Corrie Slawson
Development and land-use policies that favor newness over reuse drive Corrie Slawson to fantasize alternative realities for neighborhoods and places that were once considered to be magnificent but are now under appreciated. She responds by building macro and microscopic landscapes on paper, combining printed versions of pictures she takes during day to day travels. Her works on paper integrate screen print, paper lithography, acrylic, spray paint, pencil, and other mediums. In Summer, 2015 her work was exhibited in a solo show at the Peoria Arts Guild (IL) and a group show at Centro Cultural Tijuana, Mexico. She recently had work on view at the Toledo Museum of Art. A solo exhibition opens Saturday, September 26 at Shaheen Modern and Contemporary in downtown Cleveland. This apple tree is located near home in Coventry Village, next a public parking lot.
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