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'INN[T]ERMISSION 02' - Soft Pastel and Graphite on Paper

Sale price$1,200.00 USD
Artist: Milan DelVecchio
Dimension: 30" x 22"
Certification of Authenticity: Apricus Art Collection
Signature: Signed by Artist



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Milan DelVecchio is an interdisciplinary artist and educator living in Southern California. She teaches digital art as well as traditional media, currently in higher education. With a background in navigating diverse industries as a freelance multimedia artist, her pedagogical approach is anchored in adaptability, accessibility, and comprehensive learning. Drawing from her experiences in devising innovative solutions that bridge disciplinary boundaries and fostering productive collaborations with diverse clientele, her instructional objective is to impart a curriculum underscored by the dynamic and interconnected essence of visual arts.

Milan has a Bachelor of Science in Fashion Design from the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design Architecture Art and Planning, and an MFA in Computer Art from the School of Visual Arts in New York City. She has 15 years of experience working in costume design, illustration, and motion graphics in collaboration with clients including: Safety Third Productions, Lady Gaga, Norah Jones, Maysles Documentary Center, The Bouncing Souls, Anthropologie and Nordstrom. Cross-pollinating between both commercial and experimental platforms has allowed her to create with balance between pragmatic and more provocative assignments. Her work has been featured in exhibitions and performances including Art Basel Miami, The Hammer; and in cities including Manhattan, Brooklyn, Long Island, Los Angeles, Venice (Italy).

Artist Statement

In my current practice, I lean into exploring form and figuration positioned in settings that imbue transience, often with whimsical psychological underpinnings. My process is guided by intuition that leaves room for expressive mark making that result in environments where energetic scrawls intertwine with the tangible and abstract, creating immersive and perhaps surreal experiences. Leaving remnants of unattached lines and debris to archive impermanence offers paradox in the face of movement within the still image. In all forms of my practice, I thrive playing in liminal spaces that liberate the viewer from more constrained structures. Chaos is a spirited character here, where the representational emerges and shifts, settling as frozen layered moments of dreamy flotsam and jetsam, in and around the human body.