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Laura Peturson | Kasia Czarnota

Laura Peturson

Laura Peturson: Possible Outcome, (detail), 2011, ed. of 4, screenprint, linocut, lithography, collograph, 14.5 x 18"

Laura Peturson

Laura Peturson: Green Teacup, (detail), 2011, edition of 3, linocut, 6.75 x 6.75" SOLD* Editions available

Laura Peturson

Laura Peturson: Prodigy, (detail), 2011, edition of 4, screenprint, lithography, 22.5 x 14" SOLD* Editions available

Laura Peturson

Laura Peturson: Matryoshka Doll, (detail), 2011, edition of 3, linocut, 7 x 5"

Laura Peturson

Laura Peturson: Reach, (detail), 2011, screenprint and collograph, 8 x 7.75"

Laura Peturson

Laura Peturson: What will you do when you catch him?, ed.2, screenprint, 9.5 x 21.5"

Laura Peturson

Laura Peturson: Lily Hall, (detail), ed. 3, linocut, screenprint, lithography, 11.75 x 9.5"

Laura Peturson

Laura Peturson: Hula Hoops, (detail), ed. 4, screenprint, 10.5 x 14"

Laura Peturson

Laura Peturson: Role Model, (detail), ed. 4, linocut, screenprint, 6.5 x 10.25"

Kasia Czarnota

Kasia Czarnota: Bouquet, (detail), 2008, kiln cast glass, 14" h x 13" w x 10" d

Kasia Czarnota

Kasia Czarnota: A Home of Our Own, (detail), 2009, kiln cast crystal, 13" h x 6" diameter

Kasia Czarnota

Kasia Czarnota: All The Ways I Love You, (detail), 2010, kiln cast glass, various sizes

Kasia Czarnota

Kasia Czarnota: We Used To... (detail), 2009, kiln cast crystal, 7" h x 3.5" w x 6" d each

   

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Laura Peturson - Curriculum Vitae

Possible Outcome is a body of work comprised of prints created using screenprint, linocut, collograph and lithographic processes. Influenced stylistically by fin-de-siècle art and literature, and by the domestic workings of her own family, Laura Peturson’s prints present a vision of childhood based in both reality and fiction. These works capture and examine the expectations and sentiments placed upon very young girls.

Each print depicts a child or children engaged in introspective play, often with objects that are commonly viewed as feminine. In selected prints, the girls have been inserted compositionally into reproductions of 18th-century paintings. A toddler reads in front of a Jacques Louis David reproduction taped to the wall of her nursery. A little girl holds a shadow puppet as she stands amongst Ingres reproductions littered across the floor. These neoclassical paintings reference a heroic male ideal and present the girls with a differently gendered possibility from their surroundings.

In addition to the narrative aspect of the work, the prints deal with formal elements, such as pattern, colour and the tension between illusory space and a flat, silhouetted aesthetic.

Kasia Czarnota - Curriculum Vitae

Working from a melding of memory and fantasy, Kasia Czarnota’s glass works are inspired by family relationships, childhood and the tiny but wondrous moments that make up a day in a young life.