Artist Katherine Tzu-Lan Mann's larger-than-life abstract paintings and installations are rooted in the traditions of Chinese landscape painting. Through her imaginative and fantastical representation of the natural world, her work explores the tension between what is natural and unnatural; organic and inorganic.
In this artist talk, Katherine Tzu-Lan Mann will talk about her inspiration and process.
About the Artist
Katherine Tzu-Lan Mann received her BA from Brown University and MFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art. She is the recipient of the Sustainable Arts Foundation grant, a Fulbright grant to Taiwan, the AIR Gallery and Lower East Side Printshop Keyholder Fellowships in New York, NY, and the Arts and Humanities Grant, Mayor’s Award and Hamiltonian Fellowship in Washington, DC. Some of the venues where Mann has shown her work include the Walters Art Museum, American University Museum, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Rawls Museum, the Art Museum at SUNY Potsdam, the US consulate in Dubai, UAE, and the US embassy in Yaounde, Cameroon. Mann is currently an instructor at the Maryland Institute College of Art.
Katherine Tzu-Lan Mann is Good Hart Artist Residency's Artist in Residence August 13 - 27th.
Participate online via Zoom Webinar.
August 20, 2021, at 10 am.
This program is made possible thanks to support from Good Hart Artist Residency.