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  • “It Came From The Lake”It Came From The Lake

    Collaboration between Amanda Iglinski and Ryan Laessig. Acrylics and Airbrush on photo printed on vinyl. 2013

  • “Milrawkee”Milrawkee

    Collaboration between Amanda Iglinski and Ryan Laessig. Acrylics and Airbrush on photo printed on vinyl. 2013

  • “<3 MKE”<3 MKE

    Acrylics on Canvas 2013

  • “8bit MKE”8bit MKE

    Acrylics on Canvas. Painted Live 2013

  • “Dr. Who Dat Be?”Dr. Who Dat Be?

    Collaboration between Amanda Iglinski and Ryan Laessig. Acrylics and Airbrush on photo printed on vinyl. 2013

  • “Milwaukee vs. The Super Ape”Milwaukee vs. The Super Ape

    Collaboration between Amanda Iglinski and Ryan Laessig. Acrylics and Airbrush on photo printed on vinyl. 2013

  • “R2MKE”R2MKE

    Acrylics on Canvas 2013

  • “Eastside Vader”Eastside Vader

    Acrylics on Canvas 2013

  • “Pop Up Piranha Plant”Pop Up Piranha Plant

    Collaboration between Amanda Iglinski and Ryan Laessig. Acrylics and Airbrush on photo printed on vinyl. 2013

  • “What's Kraken, MKE?”What's Kraken, MKE?

    Collaboration between Amanda Iglinski and Ryan Laessig. Acrylics and Airbrush on photo printed on vinyl. 2013

Amanda Iglinski

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artist bio

Gallery Coordinator for Hide House Arts
Co-Found of Bubbler Studios
Curator for Art Beat
Painter for Milrawkee

Amanda Iglinski learned her craft outside of the classroom and mostly uses acrylics, airbrush and spray paint. You have probably caught her art at many places around Milwaukee, including The Milwaukee Art Museum and The Pfister Hotel.

A past review reads "Amanda Iglinski popped art creations, that would strike any alternative medium user’s fascination. Fluorescent tones combined, outlined by a glaze of black spray paint, the stenciled images gesture, wink, and pose for the canvas."

artist statement

My current project, the Milrawkee series, is one that I came up with to show my appreciation for this city. I also dig old movie monsters, so I threw some of those in there too. I am most inspired by bright colors, bold contrast and black outlines and you find these things in most of my work.

For the collaborative art fusion pieces, I worked with photographer Ryan Laessig. It was a process that included several steps: photographing the city, enlarging the photograph and printing it onto vinyl, mounting the vinyl, painting on the photograph and then finally framing it.

Ryan and I are in the process of collaborating for a new art series featuring the human body as a canvas.

Prints are available for any artwork posted. Email me if interested.

collaborations

    Milrawkee Alt

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