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Warmth & Hues | Works by Yen Ospina - 3D virtual exhibition by Gallery Night Ithaca

Warmth & Hues | Works by Yen Ospina

This exhibit highlights the work of local artist Yen Ospina. Her wonderful images are created digitally on her iPad using the procreate app. She scans textile fabric and textured paper, and collages images together to create her final pieces.

Yen is a Queer Colombian-American self-taught artist, illustrator and muralist. Her work depicts her own interpretation of folk and art nouveau. Through earth tone colors, ornamental layouts, and meticulous detail, the work challenges viewers to delve beyond aesthetic allure and allow mysticism to guide their interpretation. Influences come from years of exposing herself to antique art (such as Gustav Klimt & Alphonse Mucha), furniture, and literature. In addition to creating gallery pieces, Yen is a local muralist.

Work for Sale: All prints are available on her website: yenospina.com. Follow her journey on Instagram @yenospina "Thank you for supporting BIPOC ART!"

The Community Arts Partnership thanks our generous year-round CAP ArtSpace sponsor, the Tompkins Trust Company.

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