Nina Farryn Fromal



"In my younger days, tracing Pokemon, making small movies in Windows and putting on interpretive dances to the Spongebob soundtrack were probably all signs I would become an artist," Nina writes. "Being a hippie-haired country bumpkin turned turtle-neck wearing art school pixie was quite a transformation. After much confusion and turmoil in finding an artistic personality, I've come to realize my work comes out of the human impulse to made something. My techniques include screen-printing, rendering pattern in pen, and constantly mixing mediums in an effort to make the work feel as handmade as it can while still tweaking digitally as needed. I love the power in people's expressions, the feeling of near empty spaces, and the nuances found in hand-drawn line."

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