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Sunday, November 30, 2014

Visiting Artist Miranda Pfeiffer, Art Department, Clemson University, Monday, December 1, 2014

Miranda Pfeiffer, Grimes of Passage, mechanical pencil on paper, 36" x 36," 2014  

Lee Hall, Room 1-100
Art Department
Lee Hall
Clemson University

Monday, December 1, 2014
6-7 pm
Miranda Pfeiffer, Facing My Foot,   mechanical pencil on paper, 36" x 36," 2014
Since 2011, Miranda has worked almost exclusively with mechanical pencil on paper, developing a unique approach to hatching and illusionism, in a series of large, panoramic landscapes, Solitary Stones. In her new series Rock Line, Pfeiffer scales down to two and three-foot square drawings, rendering situations both imagined and observed. If Solitary Stones created an immersive narrative through spatial depth and composition, then Rock Line depicts what can be understood of a drawing in an instant. By including the corner of one’s eye, the tip of one’s nose or finger, Miranda’s drawings simulate the immediate vantage point of a human body. 

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