Entangled: Paper Sculptures from Etching Prints by Dorothy Anderson Grow

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    Presented by
    Carnegie Galleries

    Entangled is a solo exhibition of original print work by Traverse City artist Dorothy Anderson Grow. A printmaker working primarily in intaglio, Grow creates nuanced and multifaceted images that emerge from the picture plane to exist in all three dimensions. The work is a celebration of process, color, line, and texture, reflecting the artist's interest in the formalism and abstraction of the mid-1900s. Through repeated formal elements and play with symmetry, Grow's work is somehow both familiar and unknown, encouraging the viewer to follow visual pathways into new something new and unexpected. 


    About the Artist
    Dorothy Anderson Grow was born in Marquette, MI, and currently resides in Traverse City. She received her Master of Fine Arts from Michigan State University, and her Bachelor of Arts from Baylor University. Grow has continued her studies in printmaking through numerous workshops and study at Santa Reparata, in Florence, Italy. Dorothy has been a member of multiple printmaking groups and has taught art at Northwestern Michigan College and Holt High School. 



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