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Andrea Caldarise
Brooklyn, NY
Neighborhood: Crown Heights



ARTIST STATEMENT: Andrea Caldarise’s art explores the perception and movement through urban environments. In the mediums of collage and painting, she expresses the specificity felt in a city environment, contrasted with the elusive quality of memories. When experiencing a cityspace, the importance of a particular place is established and then revisited in her artwork. The process of referring back to a memory, and then to the actual space creates a tension of new and old, remembered versus imagined resulting in a composite image built from different sources. Each painting is singular place experience, inspired by referencing the people, emotions, sights and textures of a place. Caldarise’s art focuses on connecting audiences with an urban space, capturing the experience of discovery, and recreating a place through memory and imagination.
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  • By the Schuylkill, there's no Ikea.
    2016
    Acrylic, china marker, oil pastel on wood panel
    Part of an on-going body of work started in early 2016, the series "In Two Parks at Once" explores personal and collective connections to public parks in Brooklyn and Philadelphia.

  • The Prospects at Rittenhouse.
    2016
    Acrylic, china marker, oil pastel on wood panel.
    Part of an on-going body of work started in early 2016, the series "In Two Parks at Once" explores personal and collective connections to public parks in Brooklyn and Philadelphia.

  • WSQ 2 WSQ
    2016
    Acrylic, china marker, oil pastel on wood panel.
    Part of an on-going body of work started in early 2016, the series "In Two Parks at Once" explores personal and collective connections to public parks in Brooklyn and Philadelphia.

  • Norris to Fort Greene.
    2016
    Acrylic, china marker, oil pastel on wood panel.
    Part of an on-going body of work started in early 2016, the series "In Two Parks at Once" explores personal and collective connections to public parks in Brooklyn and Philadelphia.

  • For our party, here's Franklin!
    2016
    Acrylic, china marker, oil pastel on wood panel.
    Part of an on-going body of work started in early 2016, the series "In Two Parks at Once" explores personal and collective connections to public parks in Brooklyn and Philadelphia.

  • Edge of Brower field.
    2016
    Acrylic, china marker, oil pastel on wood panel
    Part of an on-going body of work started in early 2016, the series "In Two Parks at Once" explores personal and collective connections to public parks in Brooklyn and Philadelphia.

  • Under-over 1
    2016
    Mixed media on mylar
    Part of an on-going body of work started in early 2016, the series "In Two Parks at Once" explores personal and collective connections to public parks in Brooklyn and Philadelphia.

  • We Could Walk or Bus It
    2014
    gouache on panel

  • That place was too small.
    2014
    gouache on paper

  • Broncia
    2015
    mixed media on mylar

  • Clam bar three times.
    2015
    mixed media mylar

  • Brunch with no eggs.
    2015
    mixed media mylar

  • Dinner on, game time.
    2015
    mixed media on mylar
 








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