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“Twinkles” Book signed
exclusive * signed by the artist herself * only 50 copies
The book traces the Twinkles work since 2008 Miss Van Stolen Heart Series at its last exhibition Twinkles through Still a little or Immaculada Magic. The book shows how Miss Van has evolved over time, while remaining unruffled in his representations of the female figure, probably in part autobiographical.
Miss Van was able to develop his favorite character from a world of bright colors, to a world darker and more intense. Over time, Miss Van has thus closer to the Pop art movement like Surrealism and integrates undeniable influences like those of Frida Kahlo.
Twinkles allows us to understand the evolution of the artist to paint a style more mature and sophisticated, without losing touch with its origins Street Art.
88 color pages
Size : 30X20 cm
Full-page reproductions of works of art.
Published by DRAGO

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We’re proud to introduce you one of our latest entries, the sculptor Rebekah Bogard. 

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About Rebekah:

“Rebekah Bogard received her MFA from the University of Nevada Las Vegas in 2003. She received a BFA from the University of Wyoming in Laramie in 2000. She is currently an Associate Professor in Ceramics at University of Nevada Reno as well as a studio artist.

She has received numerous awards including being named an “Emerging Artist” by both the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts and Ceramics Monthly Magazine. She has been awarded a residency at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts. In addition she is a two-time recipient of the Nevada Fine Arts Council Fellowship, as well as receiving the “Best of Show” in several national art competitions. Her work has shown in several solo and group exhibitions nation wide. Moreover, her work has been reviewed in publications such as Art in America, LA Times, Ceramics Monthly Magazine, Clay Times Magazine, and Artweek.”