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Acrylic Painted on Archival Digital Print Mounted on Attached Round Canvases "The Birds and the Bees" represents the common idiom playfully used to describe the ways of human nature. Although the bird and the bee are separated, they are visually connected due to their linguistic pairing as well as its meaning and how it relates to all of us.
New Media Print:Acrylic on Canvas
Artist Produced Limited Edition of:1
Size:12 W x 24 H x 1 D in
Packaging:Ships in a Box
Delivery Time:Typically 5-7 business days for domestic shipments, 10-14 business days for international shipments.
Phyllis Gorsen, born in Philadelphia, PA, predominantly works in the medium of painting. Her work, a mixture of abstraction and representation, focuses on using symbolism to show how the commonality of shared patterns connects people together. She earned an MBA and established a career in finance for many years before deciding to give it all up to pursue her dream of becoming a full time artist. In 2014, Gorsen received her MFA from the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. Her work has been exhibited nationally, including galleries in Philadelphia , New York and California. She has also curated shows at Philadelphia’s ARTSPACE 1241. She has received several honors for her work. Over the last couple of years, Gorsen has been featured in the writings of Create! Magazine, Fresh Paint Magazine, the Courier Post and Glassworks Magazine. Many of her paintings are in collections throughout the United States. She currently works out of her studio located in Philadelphia.
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