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Oil on canvas | 2018

In this series Krause examines her fascination with reality versus simulated reality. In a cultural landscape where we are constantly curating multiple versions of ourselves, there is an endless amount of perceptions one can have regarding who they are or how they appear. Within her practice she takes a known object, something familiar and tangible, and then morphs it beyond even her own recognition of the original visual source. Though the object and idea has been altered drastically, there are hints of intimate details that relate to the viewer.


60 x 46 inches


Signed by artist.

The work comes with a Certification of Authenticity signed by the Co-Founder of Tappan

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“I hope to convey the same sense of questioning and wonder that I have. I think everything can be looked at a second time or in a different light”
-Alyssa Krause
Alyssa Krause

About the Artist

Alyssa Krause

One of the youngest artists in The Miller Museum’s 2021 exhibition on abstraction, Krause’s large colorful paintings focus on generating a response of familiarity in an unfamiliar form as a way to question the parameters of perception.

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Echoes of Being

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April 12 - May 28

8200 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles CA

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