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Whenever I get home from a ride I set my helmet on an old statue I have. I like looking at my rugged beat up helmet sitting on top of a very feminine sculpture. The juxtaposition of the two elements is a perfect visual of how I feel as a female cyclist.

18.0″ x 24.0
French Paper, Pop Tone, Sweet Tooth
3-color screen print

Meet Andria Chinander

Minneapolis, Minnesota USA

I am a very eclectic person in every way. I like to learn different techniques, and mediums in art and design, and I also like to pull inspiration from many different places. I do tend to be drawn to detail and bright colors, but with a balance of black or grey.

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Back Story

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Places New And Old

I wanted to highlight the bike chain elements by incorporating them into the Victorian style design. I like the idea of the bike chain turning the wheels that allow you to discover places new and old, and how the concept can be the same when designing.

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Freedom to Roam

My bike not only allows me freedom to roam and discover places new, but it allows my mind to be free of confinements and allows it to roam free as well. It is a form of meditation for me.

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A Kick From Mom

“Quit overthinking everything, and just do what comes naturally for you.” My mother told me this during a national cake decorating competition I was in. I was piling on the self doubt, and stalling out. She could see it, and gave me the swift verbal kick to my rear that I needed.