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Hanging tendrils are one of Gyan's favorite ways to stretch out of rectangular canvas. Made out of both pink rope and fabric, they look even more explosive than others in Gorgous, spreading sideways in strips and forward in brightly colored feathers. Instead of using the easily identifyable cross-hatch threading as in other works, Gyan creates more shallow layers like the gold strips covering feathers or thin ropes on the right side of the red polka-dot stretch.
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Gyan Shrosbree revels in her material. Like a third grader’s confidence outfit, her artwork weaves together bold color combos and a little bit of glitter in multimedia textile-like works. Gyan works intuitively and never on one piece at a time. Moving back and forth between works in a series, she carries out marks and movements while bouncing from one to the next, keeping the series related and each unique piece from being overworked into overcomplicated shreds. Most importantly, her process ensures that she continues to have fun and is connected to her art, which draws on the colorful moments of her everyday life.