Patricia Dahlman

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Artwork
"Seeing It Through" 2009, canvas, cloth, thread, wire, 28"x28"x24"
"Girl" 2009, canvas, cloth, thread, wire, 22"x18"x16"
"Cradle" 2009, canvas, cloth, thread, wire, 11"x15"x9 1/2"
"No Health Care for Illegal Immigrants" 2009, canvas, thread, wire, 14"x16"x9"
"Joy" 2009, canvas, cloth, thread, wire, 25"x25"x22"
Patricia
Dahlman
Artist's Statement

In the last few years I have focused on making sculpture. I cut out forms in canvas then stuff and sew the forms together. These stuffed, sewn forms are either stitched using different colors of thread or covered with colors of fabric. The work is figurative, influenced by abstract art, sometimes humorous and often political. The subject matter is taken from personal thoughts, experiences in my life and reactions to political events around the world.
http://www.patriciadahlman.com

Bio/Resume

2010  The Dana Women Artist Series, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, "The Art and Science of Happiness: Patricia Dahlman"
2009  The Center for Book Arts, NY, NY, "Threads: Interweaving Textu[r]al Meaning"
2008  516 ARTS, Albuquerque, NM, "Speak Out: Art, Design + Politics"
2007  New York Public Library, Mid-Manhattan Library, "Spring" at "Art in the Windows"