My artwork focuses on the Native American culture, long considered primitive. My work in this tradition defines itself by the use of natural materials and a personal, symbolic approach to color and surface design. My personal experience in the culture manifests itself in new explorations of structures and relationships.
Biography: Combining her interest in art and psychology, Elizabeth Warson pursued a career in art therapy and is currently an Assistant Professor in the Graduate Art Therapy Program at Eastern Virginia Medical School. Her current series of assemblages Reflexivity bridges her art therapy research with her artmaking. Elizabeth is a PhD candidate from Colorado State University, and received her MA from Vermont College of Norwich University in Art Therapy and a BFA from the Cleveland Institute of Art. Her artwork is reflective of her American Indian heritage and involvement in the culture
Country: United States
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