Lisa Clague

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Lisa Clague's surreal and fabulous figures, with their chalk-white bodies and animal masks inspire wonder, curiosity, and sometimes fear. Clague uses art to investigate both her inner and outer life and in so doing, creates a space for increased self-knowledge and transformation. Her hybrid figures sport masks, beaks, horns, caps, and animal heads, as they narrate stories of shape shifting, transference of power, and the absurdity of being. This publication includes an essay on Clague's work written by Nancy Resler and a chronology of the artist’s life. Large colorful plates present Clague’s collection of work ranging fro 1995 to 2007.
Publisher

John Natsoulas Press

Pages:

77

Cover

Paperback

Color Plates

29

ISBN:

1-881572-57-9

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