MorningStar (detail), by Alison Stigora

I love Alison Stigora’s moving nearly-monochrome drawings and sculptural installations—in particular how she creates her thickets, nests, and networks of bleached or darkened branches equally well in two and three dimensions. ArtPneuma has posted a ten-minute interview with Alison about her creative process and her thoughts about the aesthetics of natural destruction.

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MorningStar” (detail; full image here), India ink, acrylic, graphite, wax marker on photo collage, by Alison Stigora, 2009 :: thanks Jay Walker

Originally published at culture-making.com.

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