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Audrey Grace Travis

TCU, MFA 2018

Sulfur Mine VI, VII

Water-based media, graphite, 2016, 20"w x 14"h x 1.5"d (each)

I am drawn to places where the elemental and industrial intersect. These places waver between identities, existing unfamiliarly between the organic and manufactured. In these paintings, I am interested in investigating the nature of sulfur mines and the concept of material-based identities. Ethereal, acrid and smoldering, these mines reference the alchemical, natural and hellish.

Audrey Grace Travis - Sulfur Mine VI, VII

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