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Photo courtesy of Lisa Krannichfeld

Fort Worth Community Arts Center will present "Girls and Guise" by Lisa Krannichfeld.

Krannichfeld was born and raised in Little Rock, Arkansas in an interesting cultural mix of a Chinese family living in the American South. Her experiences growing up in these two intermixing cultures and their traditions have greatly influenced her work, which primarily focuses on the woman as its subject. Her expressive portraits refute the traditional portrayal of women being passive subjects to gaze upon, evident in their confrontational, and at times defiant expressions. Breaking traditions further, she often uses traditional Chinese ink and watercolor materials in a nontraditional uncontrolled, free-flowing way often mixed with unconventional materials.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through May 28.

Fort Worth Community Arts Center will present "Girls and Guise" by Lisa Krannichfeld.

Krannichfeld was born and raised in Little Rock, Arkansas in an interesting cultural mix of a Chinese family living in the American South. Her experiences growing up in these two intermixing cultures and their traditions have greatly influenced her work, which primarily focuses on the woman as its subject. Her expressive portraits refute the traditional portrayal of women being passive subjects to gaze upon, evident in their confrontational, and at times defiant expressions. Breaking traditions further, she often uses traditional Chinese ink and watercolor materials in a nontraditional uncontrolled, free-flowing way often mixed with unconventional materials.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through May 28.

Fort Worth Community Arts Center will present "Girls and Guise" by Lisa Krannichfeld.

Krannichfeld was born and raised in Little Rock, Arkansas in an interesting cultural mix of a Chinese family living in the American South. Her experiences growing up in these two intermixing cultures and their traditions have greatly influenced her work, which primarily focuses on the woman as its subject. Her expressive portraits refute the traditional portrayal of women being passive subjects to gaze upon, evident in their confrontational, and at times defiant expressions. Breaking traditions further, she often uses traditional Chinese ink and watercolor materials in a nontraditional uncontrolled, free-flowing way often mixed with unconventional materials.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through May 28.

WHEN

WHERE

Art7 Gallery
2831 W. 7th St.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
http://www.fwcac.com/?exhibition_detail/5791

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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