Week 8 – Artist Conversation – Rhiannon Aarons

Rhiannon Aarons.
Rhiannon’s artwork in the gallery were prints of skulls and skeletons based off mythological creatures. The name of these art collections she made is called: Ex Libris. She had formal training in art since she was 17 years old. She’s worked as a nonprofit teacher for people with disabilities. Rhiannon spends most of her time helping other people in her community. She made her artwork on what she thought was interesting and what she felt was always forgotten in history, meaning throughout time things and people become forgotten and she wants to keep them remembered through her artwork. She said reserving her work to create these prints took a very long time. Rhiannon started her artwork as a digital designer. She’s had countless of her art presented in many galleries throughout southern California. She decided to work more hands on, in which she can create more prints like the ones shown below. Her website is: http://www.rhiannonaarons.com/
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