‘Americanimals’ by Windi Rosson

If wuzzle means “to mix” and a baloo is a bear, then “Americanimals” is a Tim Burton-esque, Southern-fried nightmare of the amazing. Created by artist Windi Rosson, “Americanimals” features sculpted works formed from her own artistic recipe. The primary ingredients are her migratory experiences as an army wife, her vivid imagination and discarded doll parts and toys. The end result is a stew of fantastic sculptures that feed conflicting feelings of horror and attraction. That’s what happens when you put a horse head on the body of a Barbie doll. Rosson’s work is without doubt a labor of love. She effectively creates beautiful abominations that live in a world that is part satire, part social commentary, but all fun.


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‘Americanimals’ by Windi Rosson

Chasson Higdon is a writer, artist and filmmaker. At an early age, when other boys were learning about sports or cars, Chasson had his head buried in art history books or creating paintings and drawings. This trend has continued on into adulthood, where he has earned his BA in Fine Arts from Indiana University, received multiple awards for his creative endeavors and is still currently clueless about sports or cars.



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