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Jaz Harold

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20130706200601-consumation
Consumation, May 2013 Silicone, Styrofoam, Nylon Rope 18
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Consumation, May 2013 Silicone, Styrofoam, Nylon Rope 18
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Courtship, May 2013 Fabric, Silicone, Poly-fil, Wood, Thread 10.5' X 1'
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Coinhabitation, February 2013 Silicone Resin, Quartz Crystals 7.5 X 3.25 X 3.25"
20130209202551-crystalhandside
Cohabitation, February 2013 Silicone Resin, Quartz Crystals 7.3 X 3.25 X 3.25
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Cohabitation, February 2013 Silicone, Quartz Crystals 7.5 X 3.25 X 3.25
20130209203000-crystalhandtop
Cohabitation, February 2013 Silicone Resin, Quartz Crystals 7.5 X 3.25 X 3.25
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Wet Kiss (edition 2), December 2012 Plush, Poly-fil, Silicone, Thread 5.5 X 5.5 X 1.75
20120819005054-valleyofthesirensdetail
Valley of the Sirens (detail), May 2012, Plush, yarn, fabric, stretched canvas, thread, po Plush, Yarn, Fabric, Stretched Canvas, Thread, Poly-fil 5x7 Feet
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Valley of the Sirens, May 2012 Plush, Yarn, Fafabric, Yarn, Stretched Canvas, Thread, Poly-fil 5x7 Feet (plus Hanging Stuff)
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Queen of the Harpies, April 2012 Plush, Yarn, Felting Wool, Chirimen, Metal Stand. Approximately 12x5x24"
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Bloom, February 2012 Resin, Oil Paint, Plush, Thread, Yarn Approx 20 X 18 X 11"
20120306171518-jazharold_inbloom2
Bloom, February 2012 Resin, Oil Paint, Plush, Thread, Yarn Approx 20 X 18 X 11"
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My Flesh Also Shall Rest In Hope, April 2011 Fabric, Polyurethane Resin, Cashmere Yarn, Tree Branch, Fluorocarbon Filament, Toggle Bolt Approx 5.5 X 2.5 X 3.5'
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Dry Kiss (AP), April 2011 Chirimen, Resin, Oil 3x4x4
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Dry Kiss (edition 1), April 2011 Fabric, Polyurethane Resin, Oil Paint, Thread, Nylon Cord 3x4x4
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Geode, October 2011 Resin, Quartz Crystals, Thread, Cashmere and Merino Yarns, Metal Stand 10x13x34"
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Geode, October 2011 Resin, Quartz Crystals, Thread, Cashmere and Merino Yarns, Metal Stand 10x13x34"
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Geode, October 2011 Resin, Quartz Crystals, Thread, Cashmere and Merino Yarns, Metal Stand 10x13x34"
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Geode, October 2011 Resin, Quartz Crystals, Thread, Cashmere and Merino Yarns, Metal Stand 10x13x34"
20120114210035-viktorrolf
Viktor & Rolf, October 2011 Limited Edition Silk Screen 20x30 Plus Extra Trim
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Escape, May 2011 Limited Edition Silk Screen 20x30"
Theerlking
The Erl-king, 2006 Pen and Ink on Illustration Board 20x30"
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Mouth, February 2011 Digital Variable
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Glitchmouth - Kingdom, October 2010 Digital Variable
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Glitchmouth - Cure for the Common Flow, June 2010 Digital Variable
Bjork
Björk, February 2009 Oil on Illustration Board 12x12"
20120114210604-syringelily
Syringe Lily, 2004 Metal Sheets, Insulin Syringes, Glitter 4x4x4"
20140208024509-jazharold_thearksakura_event
Bloom, February 2012 Resin, Oil Paint, Plush, Thread, Yarn Approx 20 X 18 X 11" © Jaz Harold 2012
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
Connecticut
Birth year
1986
Lives in
New York
Works in
New York
Schools
School of Visual Arts New York (SVA)
Tags
figurative, sculpture, mixed-media, installation, digital
Statement

Jaz Harold is a New York based fine artist. Her recent works are soft and inviting, rich with plush fabrics, yarns, and pastel hues. Sexual undertones (and overtones) and themes of self reflection or inner dialogue are incorporated throughout her oeuvre. Using an aesthetic that consciously appeals to child-like naïveté, Jaz's work softens the emphasis on the ego, ritual, intimacy, and stigma that society generally attaches to sex.
Cherry blossoms (sakura) are a perfect balance of sexual innuendo, beauty, and innocence. The cherry blossom, symbolizing love in many cultures, adds an additional element in a body of work that covers both areas- an innocent love, and a simple uninhibited lust.

Jaz Harold is a New York based fine artist. Her recent works are soft and inviting, rich with plush fabrics, yarns, and pastel hues. Sexual undertones (and overtones) and themes of self reflection or inner dialogue are incorporated throughout her oeuvre. Using an aesthetic that consciously appeals to child-like naïveté, Jaz’s work softens the emphasis on the ego, ritual, intimacy, and stigma that society generally attaches to sex. Cherry blossoms (sakura) are a perfect balance of sexual innuendo, beauty, and innocence. The cherry blossom, symbolizing love in many cultures, adds an additional element in a body of work that covers both areas- an innocent love, and a simple uninhibited lust. - See more at: http://jazharold.com/about/#sthash....
Jaz Harold is a New York based fine artist. Her recent works are soft and inviting, rich with plush fabrics, yarns, and pastel hues. Sexual undertones (and overtones) and themes of self reflection or inner dialogue are incorporated throughout her oeuvre. Using an aesthetic that consciously appeals to child-like naïveté, Jaz’s work softens the emphasis on the ego, ritual, intimacy, and stigma that society generally attaches to sex. Cherry blossoms (sakura) are a perfect balance of sexual innuendo, beauty, and innocence. The cherry blossom, symbolizing love in many cultures, adds an additional element in a body of work that covers both areas- an innocent love, and a simple uninhibited lust. - See more at: http://jazharold.com/about/#sthash....
Jaz Harold is a New York based fine artist. Her recent works are soft and inviting, rich with plush fabrics, yarns, and pastel hues. Sexual undertones (and overtones) and themes of self reflection or inner dialogue are incorporated throughout her oeuvre. Using an aesthetic that consciously appeals to child-like naïveté, Jaz’s work softens the emphasis on the ego, ritual, intimacy, and stigma that society generally attaches to sex. Cherry blossoms (sakura) are a perfect balance of sexual innuendo, beauty, and innocence. The cherry blossom, symbolizing love in many cultures, adds an additional element in a body of work that covers both areas- an innocent love, and a simple uninhibited lust. - See more at: http://jazharold.com/about/#sthash....