Beautiful prints of Dana Liebermann create familiar and colorful portals.
This print is 13.5"x20.25"
Dana Liebermann is a Pittsburgh-based fine artist and a member of the Radiant Hall artist community. She received her art degree from New York University in 2005 and primarily works in photography. Dana makes visually disorienting photographs that explore the connection between internal psychological experiences and physical experiences as a means of questioning our sense of perceived reality. Her early work was autobiographical, reflecting on memory, childhood, and illness. Dana’s current work are images of staged imaginary environments made by constructing and arranging objects and space. Her work was shown on three occasions at the Smithsonian Museum of Art in Washington D.C. She exhibited in group shows in New York including at Zone Chelsea and Guild & Greyshkul. She collaborated with a group of women artists to create a textile piece celebrating the women’s suffrage movement for Modern Art Oxford in Oxford England.
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