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© Portia Munson 2015
Portia Munson

Portia Munson's world of flowers, plants, bones and creatures weave the natural world into magical mandala prints of blossoms and small animals while subtly addressing the artist's abiding interest in environmental issues. Munson’s digital scanning of her subjects is a meditative exercise in organizing the chaos of nature as its elements are caught at a moment in time. Choosing flowers that bloom that day in her garden, Munson creates intricate patterns of color and form that, according to Claire Lambe in Roll magazine, “although preserved through the magic of digital technology, are as ephemeral as sand paintings,” and as a reviewer for The New Yorker stated,“(have) a seductive luminosity; each floral element appears to emit light.”

Established
Represented by industry leading galleries.
Selected exhibitions
2019
Drawn Together AgainThe FLAG Art Foundation
2017
HYGGE: Small Art Holiday ShowCross Contemporary Partners
The GardenP.P.O.W
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Portia Munson

Tree Knife Elbow, 2015

Archival Digital Scan on Paper
22 × 15 3/4 in
55.9 × 40 cm
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Location
Kingston, Saugerties, Chatham, Tivoli
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Courtesy P.P.O.W. Gallery

Medium
Signature
Signed/numbered on verso
Image rights
© Portia Munson 2015
Portia Munson

Portia Munson's world of flowers, plants, bones and creatures weave the natural world into magical mandala prints of blossoms and small animals while subtly addressing the artist's abiding interest in environmental issues. Munson’s digital scanning of her subjects is a meditative exercise in organizing the chaos of nature as its elements are caught at a moment in time. Choosing flowers that bloom that day in her garden, Munson creates intricate patterns of color and form that, according to Claire Lambe in Roll magazine, “although preserved through the magic of digital technology, are as ephemeral as sand paintings,” and as a reviewer for The New Yorker stated,“(have) a seductive luminosity; each floral element appears to emit light.”

Established
Represented by industry leading galleries.
Selected exhibitions (3)
Other works from NIGHT FALLS with Katherine Bowling, Jared Handelsman, Portia Munson & Paul Mutimear
Other works from Cross Contemporary Partners
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