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Aurelia Lange

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Femme Screen Print A3 © aurelia lange
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passers by Drawing - Digital Colour © aurelia lange
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Happy Street Dog Drawing / Screen Print © aurelia lange
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Sax face Drawing - Digital Colour © aurelia lange
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sitar player Drawing / Screen Print © aurelia lange
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coffee and cake in stockholm Drawing - Digital Colour © aurelia lange
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street view in stockholm Drawing - Digital Colour © aurelia lange
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conversation Drawing © aurelia lange
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varanasi Drawing / Screen Print © aurelia lange
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woman observation Drawing © aurelia lange
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man observation Drawing © aurelia lange
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man observation 02 Drawing © aurelia lange
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Quick Facts
Tags
printmaking, abstract, figurative
Statement

My personal practice is mainly an exploratory in documenting human behaviour in my immediate surroundings through observational line drawings. I absolutely love to draw people and to explore line and shape in an abstract and figurative way. It is very important to me to have an honesty in my work, in which I try to achieve by drawing from life as much as possible. I have been building up a reportage of drawings as my reference material. I develop a lot of my drawings into screenprints which I like to use as a process to inform the image once again in colour and composition.

I see drawing as a language and use it as a means to study a situation / place / person. I believe the lines and mark making you make in response to real life cannot be replicated through secondary imagery - photographic reference. Although I do get the same satisfaction when drawing from film and moving image so I think the aspect of trying tocapture a moment in time is what feels quite spectacular in this process