Erin Rachel Hudak

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Artwork
William II, from the series Free Me From This Land, Mixed media on paper, 12x7 inches, 2010
Queen Mary II, from the series Free Me From This Land, Mixed media on paper, 12x7 inches, 2010
Dear America, from the series Atomic, Mixed media on paper 30x44 inches, 2008
Together But Seperate, from the series Atomic, Mixed media on paper, 30x44 inches, 2008
This Land Is Your Land, from the series Atomic, Mixed media on paper, 30x44 inches, 2008
Erin
Rachel Hudak
Artist's Statement

My work explores the juxtapositions between our deepest desires and the undoing of our selves, our environment and each other.  I utilize images mined from mass media to create collages, drawings and paintings that are "as much poetic as they are political and playful as they are perceptive." writes Pauli Ochi. 
I am increasingly more interested in the history, or story of ourselves that has been supported by years of imagery reflecting only what we wish to see, or believe. When I adjoin these images in certain ways I am able to tell an entirely different story.

Bio/Resume

Education
Vermont Studio Center Resident. Johnson, Vermont 2006
Savannah College of Art and Design. Savannah, Georgia 1998-2002
Allegheny College. Meadville, Pennsylvania 1996-1998
                                   
Solo Exhibitions
2009  Atomic, JLA Baxter Gallery, New York, NY
Selected Group Exhibitions (last 2 years)
2010  
Profile New York, S.P.A.C.E Gallery, Burlington, VT
Humanilities, BS Gallery, Iowa City, IA
Unabashed, Unclad, Unframed, Ochi Gallery, Ketchum, ID
Homage To The Artists, Ochi Gallery, Ketchum, ID
The Boom Collective, Helec and Wirth, New York, NY
Red Dot Art Fair, JLA Gallery, New York, NY
2009 
DUMBO Art Under the Bridge Festival, The Rainbow Connection, site-specific installation, Brooklyn, NY  
In Search of The Miraculous, Ochi Gallery, Ketchum, ID
Painters of JLA, JLA Baxter Gallery, New York, NY