Alice Mao is an emerging artist in the greater Seattle area. Growing up, she admired artists such as Alphonse Mucha and Norman Rockwell, but also has more contemporary influences such as Loish and Alexander Mandradjiev. Her work explores identity, anxiety, and digital distortion, fitting for a 17-year old artist in the modern world. Her work can be found on her instagram, @alicemaoart
“Careless” explores the tension between freedom and constraint, we are free to swing, but simultaneously boxed in by blue screens.
“10– an exploration of abstraction, pattern and disease”
“Here there is a subversion of the traditional landscape painting, with a clear intervention of the digital medium.”