And the rest is rust and stardust.

- Vladimir Nabokov

photograph by: Frankie Orozco, 2020, www.instagram.com/losangelesdeftone

 
The vast majority of her artwork is memento mori (Latin meaning remember you must die). She is drawn to creating macabre imagery because of its universality. Her artwork speaks to the terminal elegance of life and the fragility of nature.  Entropy and death is both what links all life together and tears it apart. In her artwork the cadaverous represents a connection to something larger, like staring up at the stars at night. The imagery is meant to evoke that sense of being small and large at the same time, the sublime. Her artwork is a reminder that we are of the earth and to the earth we will eventually return. It is a love letter to the rust and stardust in all of us. 

Hope Ezcurra is a self taught artist, part time nihilist, and all around lover of art.

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Email
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Spray Paint

 

Acrylic

Assemblage

Watercolor

Photography

hope.ezcurra@gmail.com
Long Beach, CA, US

ONGoiNG SHOWS

Coalescence

Online

Group Show

ArtSteps.com

Imprints: Past & Present

Posted Online December18th

Group Show

https://www.vacantmuseum.com/imprints-past-present/

Call and Response: round 13

Posted Online April 17th

Group Show

https://www.facebook.com/events/286377469614850 

 

UpComiNG SHOW

Yamaha Upcycled Guitar Exhibition

July 17- August 8

Group Show

Flatline Gallery, Long Beach CA

 

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