Paintings and drawings developed from patterns and traces of growth and decay in the natural world and the built environment.
The day the world turned day-glo.
My work is a mixture of elements. On the one hand it is a conversation with others working now and getting influences to respond to and on the other it is the traditional practice of just working with the materials.
My work is an expression of my inner monsters that often dovetails with social criticism. I love things that are both ridiculous and serious, and seek to convey this through the absurd and the lo-fi.
My artwork reflects upon my relationship with the theatrical realities associated with my
Young Artist with strong non-fiction and fiction writing skills who has aspirations to become an accomplished Animator or Writer for Animation.
I am a cartoonist, writer, illustrator, animator, and teaching artist.
Based on remembered experiences and photographs from the 1970s and 80s, my installations, sculptures, and paintings focus on family life as safe and unsafe, isolating fear and uncertainty.
Working through the disciplines of drawing and painting, I create works that explore the theme of cultural and sexual identity through the lens of childhood and adolescence.
My art pieces have color and sparkle and are made primarily of glitter.
There are some art pieces made from recycled materials like cereal boxes that
I call mini rooms
I am an eclectic visualist which style ranges from a traditional contemporary, modern to digital tech.
I specialize in creating cyanotype photograms of wacky wigs or wigwams or nice little nests.
An inchoate adolescent aesthetic, false naivete, temper tantrums and a nostalgia for what never
was (reformation of memory).
Isela Xospa (XospaTronik) is an illustrator and artist living and working in New York. Originally from
Mexico City where she studied Graphic Comunication Design.
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