Allison Svoboda is an internationally recognized artist working in paInting, installation and sculpture. Finding the edge between intuitive and deliberate mark making, Allison's work is both ethereal and ominous at the same tme. Her semi-e collage works are intricate paintings... Read More
Allison Svoboda is an internationally recognized artist working in paInting, installation and sculpture. Finding the edge between intuitive and deliberate mark making, Allison's work is both ethereal and ominous at the same tme. Her semi-e collage works are intricate paintings layered to create sculptural works. These paintings based on fractal geometry are also translated into large scale work son metal, glass and industrial fabric. In 2015, she received the Hemera fellowship to study Zen and calligraphy in Japan which further influences her work. Allison lives in Chicago where the city recently commissioned her to create a steel sculpture for the new North Center Plaza. Other public art commissions include Nashville International Airport, Carnegie Biennial in New Albany and Her residency experience includes a fully funded month in Basel Switzerland during Art Basel, Vermont Studio Center, Bloedel Reserve in Washington and The Studios of Key West, Florida. Her artwork can be seen in public art installations in hotels such as Ritz Carlton in Abu Dhabi, Hilton of Barbados, Intercontinental in Guatemala City, London House in Chicago and Marriot, San Francisco. She has taught workshops as a visiting artist at The Art Institute of Chicago, Grand Rapids Art Museum, Lurie Gardens in Millennium Park, Chicago Japanese Cultural Center and Lysloth Residency in Basel, Switzerland.
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