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Coronary Connection

About this Poster

Riding my bicycle gives me a certain connection and awareness to my heart. It's there, it's always beating, but I'm not really aware of its presence until I exert some energy and am short of sacred breath as I trudge along a difficult path. Also, the veins in the background can be interpreted as branches from a tree, another aspect of nature that directly relates to our human systems, and that I most wholly enjoy looking at.

Size
18.0″ x 24.0
Paper
French Paper, Construction, Pure White
Color
7-color screen print

Meet Katey Langer

Location
Northfield, Minnesota USA
About

I'm a student in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area. My work is often inspired by connections I discover through a combination of activities that foster both my creative potential and my intellectual growth. Physics lectures, philosophers' perspectives on life, nature, and many more activities, help drive (or should I say pedal) my love for curiosity and creativity.

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Back Story

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Impressed By Process

This is my first screen print, and really I am just impressed by the whole process of screen printing in general. I think it's a beautiful art form and I love both the rich and the bright colors I was able to achieve on these posters (Thank you Steady Print Shop!).

 

 

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Two
Inspiration Finds You

Inspiration can be found in so many forms, so it should be no surprise that I commonly find mine through things like human interaction, nature, learning new topics and ideas and theories, playing and listening to music. I sometimes don't know where my inspiration comes from. I do not seek what I do not already know, rather, I am open to letting inspiration find me.

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Making The Connection

What are people most surprised to learn about me? I would say that my variety of interests can seem a bit disjointed to some. Opposed to a common perception, I don't feel like learning has to be as specialized as we're taught. If you're an artist, it's okay to like math and read books too. You don't have to just draw all the time. You never know when you might make a connection to something in your head from a unique experience, that you can later use in your artwork.