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Blane De St. Croix
Captured Shadows, 2008
Wood, glue, stain, hardware
20' x 3' x 4'

Blane De St. Croix

Blane De St. Croix's work involves a juxtaposition of man-made elements/architectural environments with nature and natural habitats. The work alludes to conflicts with nature, ourselves and the human absence and/or presence in history.

The artist writes, "I seek to create beauty by transforming material into forms that are both foreign and oddly familiar. I am interested in unearthing the irony and hypocrisy that is presented to us in our daily lives."

De St Croix was recently awarded MacDowell Colony Fellowship as well as an Art Omi Residency in New York.

De St Croix lives and works in Delray, FL, and Brooklyn, NY.

 

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