Artwork

Ann Phong, "Human Traces on Earth" and "Bubbles"

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Term / Course:
Fall 2016

Living in Southern California, we have the opportunity to visit the sea shore at any time. I enjoy watching and sharing the water with other creatures as our lives pass by together.

It seems like the more civil we are as humans, the more trash we create. Today in many places on earth, people carelessly deplete the earth’s resources.

In this series of work, I use the circle form juxtaposes with the rectilinear shapes to express my thoughts about many aspects of life. We see beautiful nature in some places and at the same time we witness the pollution in other places.

During the process of creating art, I look around at my surroundings and use the daily household products and other found objects as part of my statement in my work. When the visual part flows with my feelings, it’s time for the actions stop.

                                                                                

                                                                     website: www.annphongart.com

                                                                      email: annphong@cpp.edu

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Type: 
installation
Media: 
acrylic mixed media
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