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Watercolor, gouache, collage on paper | 2017
Karamallis produced this series of smaller watercolors during recent travels to McGregor, a small mountain village in South Africa. The artist portrays a garden landscape filled with pomegranate, persimmon, cyprus and olive trees; a metaphor for her own identity; Greek and Persian roots planted in South Africa.
Integral to her work, Karamallis’s use of mixed media collage incorporates paper of varying textures and thickness created from repurposed watercolors, painted paper and digitally designed patterns inspired by Persian tiles representative of her Middle Eastern heritage. The addition of mixed media of varying texture and thickness, creates a unique depth and intricacy to her watercolors.
11.75 x 16.5 inches
16 x 20.75 x 1.25 inches
Signed by the artist.
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Alexandra Karamallis is a New York-based artist who earned her BFA from Rhode Island School of Design. Her Iranian heritage is a central theme of her work. Identifying as a member of the Baha’i Faith-an oppressed minority in Iran-she explores themes including the oppression of women, art and minority faiths within the context of oppressive authoritarian regimes.
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