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 graceful beauty of Midwinter as the Full Snow Moon in Virgo appears on Feb. 27th. Her mixed media collages After Portrait of a Negress (1800) and Aemilia Bassano, Shakespeare's Sister as Othello (1603) will debut at Seattle's First Thursday Art Walk in the 11th Annual International Juried Exhibition at Gallery 110, 110 Third Avenue South, Seattle, WA. Opening & Prize Presentations are March 5th, 5-7 p.m.
Image Detail: After Portrait of a Negress (1800) (C) 2018
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