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Paper Trail, panel 1 Print

Ali Herrmann

United States

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‘Paper Trail’ is inspired by the environs and paper materials within the Stationery Factory, Dalton, MA. This installation is a site-specific, two-dimensional, abstract paper painting that resembles a continuous, longitudinal wave of measures through a trail of layered papers. The papers up-cycle a combination of solid colored 100% rag papers along with the colorfully patterned paper liners. Each piece of paper is hand torn and applied in various patterns to emulate a visual representation of sound and rhythmic frequencies through color. Each color and pattern has characteristics that may make you feel different emotions. The paper has a range of characteristics as it has aged over the years, ranging from soft to brittle, stable, fading and bleeding. Similar to the history of this factory, the paper has a living history. The paper has a memory.

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Print:Giclee on Canvas

Size:12 W x 16 H x 1.25 D in

Size with Frame:13.75 W x 17.75 H x 1.25 D in

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Ali Herrmann is a mixed media painter, colorist and science lover, whose work explores cellular structures as an origin into her abstract artworks. Creating what she terms ‘micro-biome landscapes,’ Herrmann uses SEM images and organic shapes as inspiration to explore concepts of blood, bacteria, fungi, and unicellular structures within her boldly colorful, abstract artworks. Exploring themes of repetition, rhythmic orders, geometric shapes, and chaos-order theory, Ali brings attention to nature's details that are often overlooked.

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