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Centaurette 5, 2017

Cast bronze on stone base
29 × 20 × 8 in
73.7 × 50.8 × 20.3 cm
Unique
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location
Los Angeles, Orange
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Mark Moore Fine Art
Los Angeles, Orange
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Expanding on her language that traditionally highlights misfits, outcasts, and the misunderstood – …

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Expanding on her language that traditionally highlights misfits, outcasts, and the misunderstood – Schulnik introduces a wild new cast of mythological creatures replete with centaurettes, unicorns, and otherworldly outsiders in various stages of liberation. Continuing her exploration of selfhood through diverse and …

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Artist Initials inscribed into bottom of back right hoof of the bronze sculpture. Artist signature, date, and title signed in the bottom of … Read more
Series
From a Series of 8 Related Cast Bronze Works (All Unique in terms of base and patina)
Allison Schulnik
American, b. 1978
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The recurring figures in the work of Allison Schulnik commonly include a cast of “hobo clowns, misshapen animals or alien beasts,” as she describes. The multi-disciplinary artist, who has a background in animation, music, and dance, explains: “My fixation on these characters is not intended to exploit deficiencies, but to find valor in adversity.” These individuals have various manifestations, including animated films and painted works, and once as 100 hand-sculpted and sewn puppets. Her subjects occupy dark and morose settings of fecund landscapes or ambiguously ominous backgrounds. Her renderings are sometimes explicit and graphic, though more often critics describe her work as comic and sad all at once.

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About the work
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Mark Moore Fine Art
Los Angeles, Orange
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Expanding on her language that traditionally highlights misfits, outcasts, and the misunderstood – …

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Expanding on her language that traditionally highlights misfits, outcasts, and the misunderstood – Schulnik introduces a wild new cast of mythological creatures replete with centaurettes, unicorns, and otherworldly outsiders in various stages of liberation. Continuing her exploration of selfhood through diverse and …

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Signature
Artist Initials inscribed into bottom of back right hoof of the bronze sculpture. Artist signature, date, and title signed in the bottom of … Read more
Series
From a Series of 8 Related Cast Bronze Works (All Unique in terms of base and patina)
Allison Schulnik
American, b. 1978
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The recurring figures in the work of Allison Schulnik commonly include a cast of “hobo clowns, misshapen animals or alien beasts,” as she describes. The multi-disciplinary artist, who has a background in animation, music, and dance, explains: “My fixation on these characters is not intended to exploit deficiencies, but to find valor in adversity.” These individuals have various manifestations, including animated films and painted works, and once as 100 hand-sculpted and sewn puppets. Her subjects occupy dark and morose settings of fecund landscapes or ambiguously ominous backgrounds. Her renderings are sometimes explicit and graphic, though more often critics describe her work as comic and sad all at once.

Centaurette 5, 2017

Cast bronze on stone base
29 × 20 × 8 in
73.7 × 50.8 × 20.3 cm
Unique
Sold
location
Los Angeles, Orange
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