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Alea Hurst
Double the Luck Mural | Murals by Alea Hurst | The Shops at Buckhead in Atlanta
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Double the Luck Mural

Featured In The Shops at Buckhead, Atlanta, GA

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This mural was created for the Shops Buckhead in Atlanta in 2018 . It measures approximately 12 feet high and 28 feet wide.

This image is based on one of my screen-print images, titled Lady Luck, which are more stylized and graphic with an explosion of vivid colors when compared with my usual paintings. This specific image is inspired by traditional Venetian rabbit masks and contemporary fashion combined with pattern. It is based on one aspect of the associated symbolism of the rabbit, which in this case is good luck.

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The work seeks to explore the recurrence of archetypal personalities amidst our material evolution by investigating the role of the mask and reversing its purpose to reveal traits about the wearer rather than conceal them.

Born in Atlanta, Georgia, Alea Hurst began her journey into drawing and painting in high school. She produces two-dimensional works, particularly drawings and paintings, which range from traditional to experimental and mixed media approaches. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Painting and Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Georgia in Athens in 2013 and her Master of Fine Arts degree at the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2018. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally including Artist’s Republic Gallery, Beep Beep Gallery, Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, and Mason Murer Fine Art’s Fresh Blood. Her work also has been featured in multiple publications, purchased by the State Botanical Garden of Georgia and is featured in the series 4 bottle labels for Collective Arts Brewing in Ontario, Canada. Her current work focuses on the roles of masks and reversing those roles to comment on the evolution of society.