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What Ebbs Out, Flows In | Prints in Paintings by Deanna Mance. Item composed of paper in mid century modern or contemporary style
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What Ebbs Out, Flows In | Prints in Paintings by Deanna Mance. Item composed of paper in mid century modern or contemporary style
What Ebbs Out, Flows In | Prints in Paintings by Deanna Mance. Item composed of paper in mid century modern or contemporary style

Created and Sold by Deanna Mance

Deanna Mance

What Ebbs Out, Flows In - Paintings

Price $100

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Estimated Arrival: June 16, 2024

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11H x 14W in
27.94H x 35.56W cm

8”x11” Image size on 14”x11” paper
Ink Jet on archival paper.

Various print sizes available upon request.

What Ebbs Out, Flows In is a part of a series of free form drawings titled Still Life.

Still Life re-contextualizes the traditional meaning of a still life by using the Still Life genre to contemplate the meaning of stillness in art-making, intimate discourse, introspection of personal and ancestral history, spirituality, and meditation. My gouache and colored pencil drawings become assemblages or collages symbolic of these contemplations and the different spiritual influences in my life. The artwork in Still Life specifically references the transmutation of death and rebirth, intimate family-based faith, practices and heirlooms, and my personal relationship to ritual.

Item What Ebbs Out, Flows In
Created by Deanna Mance
As seen in Creator's Studio, Pittsburgh, PA
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Deanna Mance
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Wescover creator since 2023
Contemporary Abstract Artist

Deanna Mance is a self taught abstract artist whose work references the transmutation of death and rebirth, introspection of personal and ancestral history, and her relationships to spirituality and ritual. She uses freehand techniques and spontaneous mark making as a tool that allows the work to build and grow without the restrictions of self awareness or premeditation. Through this approach, she embraces expressions of the unconscious
and it's unpredictable qualities in her work. Part of her practice includes salvaging found materials that either become integrated within the art making or collected as a source of inspiration. She’s creatively fueled by mythology, the constraints of limited materials and the act of improvisation throughout her process.