INSTALLATION VIEW  2013
INSTALLATION VIEW  2013
EDWINA CORLETTE GALLERY
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UNTITLED SNAKE  2014
UNTITLED SNAKE  2014
mixed media on paper
49 x 36 cm 
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PINK GOD AND GREEK COIN  2014
PINK GOD AND GREEK COIN  2014
oil and enamel on linen
214 x 184 cm 
$9,500 (framed)
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HISTORY OF NATURE 5  2014
HISTORY OF NATURE 5  2014
mixed media on paper
49 x 36 cm 
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HISTORY OF NATURE 2  2014
HISTORY OF NATURE 2  2014
mixed media on paper
49 x 36 cm 
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COSMOS  2014
COSMOS  2014
oil and enamel on linen
184 x 214 cm 
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MOUNTAIN  2013
MOUNTAIN  2013
oil, acrylic and enamel on canvas
153 x 137 cm 
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INSTALLATION VIEW  2013
INSTALLATION VIEW  2013
EDWINA CORLETTE GALLERY
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QING DYNASTY VASE AND ZEBRA  2013
QING DYNASTY VASE AND ZEBRA  2013
oil, acrylic and enamel on canvas
153 x 137 cm 
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DOUBLE MEANINGS IN PINK  2013
DOUBLE MEANINGS IN PINK  2013
oil, acrylic and enamel on canvas
183 x 152 cm 
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THE SACRED TREE  2012
THE SACRED TREE  2012
oil, acrylic and enamel on canvas
153 x 137 cm 
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INSTALLATION VIEW  2013
INSTALLATION VIEW  2013
EDWINA CORLETTE GALLERY
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FLOWER SNAKE FLOWER  2013
FLOWER SNAKE FLOWER  2013
oil, acrylic and enamel on canvas
183 x 122 cm 
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CY'S BLOOMS  2013
CY'S BLOOMS  2013
oil, acrylic and enamel on canvas
153 x 137 cm 
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BLUE HALO  2012
BLUE HALO  2012
oil and acrylic on canvas
122 x 91 cm 
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MIRANDA SKOCZEK

Miranda Skoczek’s art gestures towards utopia. Her paintings, which draw freely from across the globe’s visual languages, allow the viewer to witness the birth of new meanings and relationships, and imagine how the fantastical spaces that materialize out of the artist’s musings and experimentations with imagery might be inhabited.

Using a methodology that samples and remixes iconographies from across histories and cultures, Skoczek creates a symbolic palimpsest that collapses any sense of distance between east and west, past and present, abstraction and representation, and demonstrates that, in the end, all forms of representation differ from each other only by degree.

Here seemingly disparate imagery, taken from embroidery patterns, traditional folk art imagery, Chinese and Japanese woodblock prints, Mughal miniatures and Islamic architectural motifs, coalesce on the picture plane and celebrate our human penchant for decoration and embellishment.