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, assemblage, book art, digital manipulation, painting and satire. Her thought-provoking artworks have been shown extensively in regional, national, and international group shows in 39 states since Sep 2014. 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 retouching high-fashion catalogs for Anne Klein, Bonwit Teller, and Neiman Marcus. The artist can be reached at the email address provided. Feel free to contact her at any time. She's enjoying the moon phases at the autumnal equinox. Her work on paper "Liberation of Harriet Tubman (1867)" was the recipient of the ANNA WALINSKA Memorial Award at the 130th Anniversary Annual NAWA Members' Exhibition at One Art Space, 23 Warren St., Tribeca, NY.
Image Detail: Liberation of Harriet Tubman (1867), 2019
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