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Karen Kunc

American, b. 1952


14 x 14 in. (35.56 x 35.56 cm)
Museum Purchase with the Charter Member Endowment Fund

Karen Kunc’s woodcut prints attempt to convey the fragile relationship humans have to nature and imply that there may be more synergism that we might expect. Through my art I obliquely address environmental and politically charged awareness, while always creating poetically poignant visual images and beautiful, edgy visual sensations. My senses are attuned to my rural surroundings, expressed in work that visually evokes the natural world and addresses the metaphoric interdependent relationship of humankind with and against nature. I draw from my rural sources: cracks in the ground, growth patterns in plants, makeshift/manmade structures, patterns of decay and weathering, “everyday science” images of graphs or maps from weather charts to DNA to galaxies.

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