A few days ago, a professor and I were talking in the studio. One of my paper rolls was stretched across the wall; another, now pasted on foam core, was looming as I pinned mylar to the base. There were no more wooden panels — the work was (is, always, eternally) starting to morph. “I’m […]
Allison Brown: twenty-something Hoosier native (with Southwestern tendencies) that drinks tea and paints in the Twin Cities. Present: MFA candidate at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design; past: graduate of the Herron School of Art and Design and Cottey College. Unapologetic human being, which means taking on many qualities, only a few of which may be seen in her work.
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