Friday, 3 October 2008

Marissa Keller, Dutch artist, based in Singapore

Yesterday in the course of researching technical information concerning aspects of the A.R.E., acrylic etch resist, process - I came across Marissa's work and I particularly thought her most recent body of work called " Jendela Draw Print Book" was quite impressive.

It's a series of images made using intaglio relief and inkjet printmaking. In the images which are manifest to an extent beyond the usual two dimensions, we see the whale, elephant, tiger, rhinoceros and the sparrow. This latter creature being the focus of the work below called House Sparrow.

Marissa Keller M.F.A., lives and works in Singapore since 1993.

From 1988 to 1993 she held positions as an art educator at different institutes in the Netherlands, where she used to live.

In 2006 she established her own art and printmaking studio, where she creates art works, paintings and prints.

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