About the artist
RHONDA URDANG is an independent studio artist working across multiple disciplines. Since founding Flagstaff Feminist Art Project, she has worked primarily in femmage, book art, collage, digital manipulation, assemblage, painting and satire. Her thought-provoking artworks have been shown extensively in regional, national, and international group shows in 40 states. Rhonda received her BFA with an emphasis in painting from the University of Nebraska at Omaha and later worked as a journeyman color separation artist in Phoenix, retouching high-fashion catalogs for Anne Klein, Ann Taylor, Bergdorf Goodman, Bonwit Teller, Estee Lauder, and Neiman Marcus. She is looking forward to the Full Cold Moon in Cancer (water sign) on Jan. 17th that will leave you seeing the sky wearing the full moon like a pearl earring, when you can't deny the beauty and suspense it evokes. Her award-winning hand-made collage After Portrait of a Negress, 1800 will be shown in NAWA: Historical to Contemporary (Then and Now) on the campus of Brookdale Community College, Monmouth Museum, in Lincroft, NJ. This exciting exhibition will feature 15 prominent historical NAWA works from 1900 to 1980 in the Permanent Collection of Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University and 40 contemporary works from current NAWA artists. The exhibition will open to the public on Friday, March 18th, and will run through Sunday, May 15th, 2022.
Image Detail: Funeral Pyres at San Francisco Bay (All Dogs Go to Heaven) -- (C) 2017
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