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Artist Interview: Ramona Freeman

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Artist Interview: Ramona Freeman

What are your ear­li­est mem­o­ries relat­ed to art?
In those quite times (mom always had pen­cil and paper in her purse) with mate­ri­als pro­vid­ed and a glance of encour­age­ment the fun would began.

How and when did you start becom­ing an artist yourself?
Becom­ing an artist is a con­stant grow­ing expe­ri­ence. Cre­ative think­ing, prob­lem solv­ing and tal­ent led me to art.

What was the evo­lu­tion like toward find­ing your cur­rent voice and visu­al vocabulary?
With every expe­ri­ence you have, your Self changes, and with every piece of art you make, your style changes. My cur­rent atten­tion is on mul­ti­ple per­spec­tives, diver­si­ty and the human experience.

What is your process like?
Inspi­ra­tion, prepa­ra­tion, cre­ation, reflection…repeat!

Is there any­thing from your artist state­ment that you wish to expound on, that you nor­mal­ly don’t have the chance to discuss?
In a black and white world I pre­fer to see shades of gray. My wish is that oth­ers will enjoy, asso­ciate, ana­lyze or pon­der the art work.

What do you try to con­trol in your sur­faces, and what do you leave to chance?
I try to “con­trol” the idea by the use of mate­ri­als and process, but I leave to “chance” the com­plet­ed result.

Where do you see your work going from here?
My plan is to con­tin­u­al­ly devel­op my art work for com­mer­cial use and/or for self-expres­sion. The work itself is my pri­ma­ry delight.

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