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This series of works are made intuitively using paper or metal, folded to create a portrait of the female, portraying both strength and vulnerability in their various forms. Referencing Greek and Roman Sculpture, and movement and dance. These Folded Females explore questions about accepted ideals of beauty the process of folding and unfolding oneself in response to each moment of the human lived experience.

This sculptural form can be displayed as a relief on the wall or hung from the ceiling to gently turn and move through space as a feminine, elegant and graceful dance.
This series of works are made intuitively using paper or metal, folded to create a portrait of the female, portraying both strength and vulnerability in their various forms. Referencing Greek and Roman Sculpture, and movement and dance. These Folded Females explore questions about accepted ideals of beauty the process of folding and unfolding oneself in response to each moment of the human lived experience.

This sculptural form can be displayed as a relief on the wall or hung from the ceiling to gently turn and move through space as a feminine, elegant and graceful dance.
This series of works are made intuitively using paper or metal, folded to create a portrait of the female, portraying both strength and vulnerability in their various forms. Referencing Greek and Roman Sculpture, and movement and dance. These Folded Females explore questions about accepted ideals of beauty the process of folding and unfolding oneself in response to each moment of the human lived experience.

This sculptural form can be displayed as a relief on the wall or hung from the ceiling to gently turn and move through space as a feminine, elegant and graceful dance.
This series of works are made intuitively using paper or metal, folded to create a portrait of the female, portraying both strength and vulnerability in their various forms. Referencing Greek and Roman Sculpture, and movement and dance. These Folded Females explore questions about accepted ideals of beauty the process of folding and unfolding oneself in response to each moment of the human lived experience.

This sculptural form can be displayed as a relief on the wall or hung from the ceiling to gently turn and move through space as a feminine, elegant and graceful dance.
This series of works are made intuitively using paper or metal, folded to create a portrait of the female, portraying both strength and vulnerability in their various forms. Referencing Greek and Roman Sculpture, and movement and dance. These Folded Females explore questions about accepted ideals of beauty the process of folding and unfolding oneself in response to each moment of the human lived experience.

This sculptural form can be displayed as a relief on the wall or hung from the ceiling to gently turn and move through space as a feminine, elegant and graceful dance.
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Folded Female in pink Sculpture

Heidi Lanino

United States

Sculpture, Paint on Paper

Size: 13 W x 23 H x 4 D in

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This series of works are made intuitively using paper or metal, folded to create a portrait of the female, portraying both strength and vulnerability in their various forms. Referencing Greek and Roman Sculpture, and movement and dance. These Folded Females explore questions about accepted ideals of beauty the process of folding and unfolding oneself in response to each moment of the human lived experience. This sculptural form can be displayed as a relief on the wall or hung from the ceiling to gently turn and move through space as a feminine, elegant and graceful dance.

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Sculpture:Paint on Paper

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:13 W x 23 H x 4 D in

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Heidi Lanino works in themes of beauty, the figure, movement, environment, and purpose through drawing, painting, clay and sculptural installations. Her work is characterized by expressive lines and shapes, influenced by various cultures, and the combination of both figurative and abstract elements. She earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts with honors in 1989 from Pratt Institute, one of four recipients of a full-tuition merit scholarship. Born in New York and raised on Long Island, Heidi lived in NYC for 18 years, studied drawing and painting nationally and internationally, was an art director for L’Oréal where she honed her aesthetic for beauty and design. Lanino’s work has been exhibited in numerous group and solo exhibitions including Flatiron Prow Art Space, New York, NY; A.I.R Gallery, Brooklyn, NY; Aljira Center for Contemporary Art, NJ; Storm King Art Center, New Windsor, NY; Gibbs Museum, Charleston, SC; and Albert Wisner Library Sculpture Park, Warwick, NY, and The Other Art Fair, Brooklyn, NY. Her work is included in several public and private and corporate collections including HBO, The Carlyle Hotel, NY; Orange County Trust, White Plains, NY; Orange Regional Medical Center, Middletown NY; Thang Long TLE Group, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam; Hotel Avalon, Beverly Hills, LA, The Hyatt Regency in FL and KT, and at the Cheval Gloucester Park Hotel, London. She is also a passionate educator of the arts, who understands the importance of bringing art and the creative process to young people and the community at large. The artist is currently based out of Tuxedo Park, NY. Please contact me for more information, or general inquiries. heidi@heidilanino.com

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