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GIGI CONOT
Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print , Signed and Numbered, edition of 10, 2016
48"x32"

$2,600

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GIGI CONOT
Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print , Signed and Numbered, edition of 10, 2016
48"x32"

About the piece
Also available at 60"x40", edition of 3 - price on request, 2016

About the artist
Conot’s work has spanned from oil paintings, to mixed media drawings and paintings, to multimedia installations and sculpture, and on to photography, drawing, and digital collage throughout her career. Her most recent series, “Coalesce”, is another link in this thread that is perhaps the most unusual – photography and sometimes drawing, digitally blended to the point of being unrecognizable, that appears at first glance to be another medium altogether. While she captures most of the images used for her collages in the field, it is in the studio, through music and meditation, that she is able to fully realize their new existence.

Conot grew up in the Los Angeles area and received her BA from the University of California, Santa Cruz, and attended art school at the University of Colorado. She began experimenting with photography following classes and darkroom membership at the Harvey Milk Photography Center in San Francisco, with the oldest and largest public darkroom west of the Mississippi. Her work can be found in private collections in California, Washington DC, Colorado, Oregon, and Washington state. She has lectured and exhibited her work in group and solo shows throughout San Francisco, Portland, Salem, Corvallis, Eugene, and Los Angeles, and currently resides in Portland, Oregon.

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Conot’s work has spanned from oil paintings, to mixed media drawings and paintings, to multimedia installations and sculpture, and on to photography, drawing, and digital collage throughout her career. Her most recent series, “Coalesce”, is another link in this thread that is perhaps the most unusual – photography and sometimes drawing, digitally blended to the point of being unrecognizable, that appears at first glance to be another medium altogether. While she captures most of the images used for her collages in the field, it is in the studio, through music and meditation, that she is able to fully realize their new existence.

Conot grew up in the Los Angeles area and received her BA from the University of California, Santa Cruz, and attended art school at the University of Colorado. She began experimenting with photography following classes and darkroom membership at the Harvey Milk Photography Center in San Francisco, with the oldest and largest public darkroom west of the Mississippi. Her work can be found in private collections in California, Washington DC, Colorado, Oregon, and Washington state. She has lectured and exhibited her work in group and solo shows throughout San Francisco, Portland, Salem, Corvallis, Eugene, and Los Angeles, and currently resides in Portland, Oregon.