Sakura Skull

12.00"W x 12.00"H x 1.0"D

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Kimberly Lavon


Medium: Print

Subject Tags: dark, human, skull, sugar, blossoms, cherry, dead, the, day, flora, holiday, morbid, death, botanical, mexican, celebration, contemporary, stamp, profile, blossom, colorful, flowers, pink, roses

Media: ink, paper, printmaking, stamp, chine-colle

Size: 12"W x 12"H x 1"D

Year Created: 2018

This piece is from my "Exquisite Corpse" collection. The collection is a double entendre deriving from the collaborative poetry game of the Parisian Surrealist Movement and the beauty in the human bones in this print.

"Sakura Skull" was inspired by the cherry blossom flowers surrounding the skull. I meant for this part of the series to nod to Japanese culture. I highlight a diverse range within this collection. this happens to be one of my most favored pieces in the series.

I have a new studio/gallery in East Lansing, MI that is open for each first Sunday gallery walk. If you're in town or want to make a special visit email me for an appointment. The gallery currently showcases all of my own art.

Kimberly Lavon is a fine art printmaker, graphic designer & gallery owner. Her body of work is a visual manifesto, making real the otherwise intangible in human experience – joy, loss, possibility & more. She creates original art for public & private collections & offers workshops at her studio in East Lansing, MI. As an artist, Kimberly has been recognized both locally and Nationally. She is the recipient of the 2012 Individual Artist Grant & has the distinction of being one of the very first Chris Clark Fellowship award recipients. Presented by the Arts Council of Greater Lansing. Additionally, she has been nominated for the International Windgate Artist Fellowship, 2008. She has been featured in both solo & joint exhibitions since 1999. Currently Kimberly is a participant of the Arts Council of Greater Lansing’s 2012 & 2016 Art in the Sky Billboard Program. She holds a BFA from Kendall College of Art and Design. Circa 2009.

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