About the Work
"Queen Anne's Lace or wild carrot is one of my favorite flowers. I like how there are millions of florets in the one flower. How there is always one dark flower that grows in the center. I like imagining there is a whole world inside one plant. Living within a creation myth and a melting world. I love how in alchemical processes, plants are represented by two beings coming together to create something new or multiplying. In this series of paintings, each painting became a talismanic remedy based on a specific plant." - Emma Kohlmann
Emma Kohlmann (1989) born in New York City, lives and works in Western Massachusetts. She received her B.A. from Hampshire College, Amherst, MA. Her work has been exhibited at Jack Hanley, New York City, V1 Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark, and NEVVEN Gallery, Gothenburg, Sweden. Selected group exhibitions include the Portland Museum of Art, Portland, OR, MOCA Tucson, The Pit, Los Angeles and Venus Over Manhattan, NYC. Kohlmann self-publishes her own artist’s books and zines. She has created a new press with her sister, Charlotte, called Mundus Press.
Authentication & Resale
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