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Cora is a Savannah based mixed-media artist whose inspirations come from many sources, she’s especially drawn to nature and our oceans having lived on the East Coast all her life.  The objective is to bring awareness to how we are all interconnected to the environment and the need to preserve it for future generations by creating and showing her artwork.


Her encaustic works typically begin with a on-location photo shoot to capture a story.  Upon returning home, she goes through the process of selecting images and sometimes digitally manipulating them to add character. The next step is to paint on layers of encaustic wax medium.  The final step in her process is to incorporate other mixed-media such as painting and printmaking.


Cora also creates cyanotypes, a camera-less way to capture an image with the sun using photosensitive coated printmaking paper.  She starts with collecting found materials and plant life.  She then instinctively creates a composition from the objects and plants on the paper and exposes the artwork to sunlight.  The last step in the process is to incorporate other water-based mediums through painting and mark-making on top of the cyanotype image.


Cora has a BFA in Painting & Printmaking from Central Connecticut State University. Her works can be found in the homes of private collectors throughout the United States.  Cora is currently represented by the Grand Bohemian Gallery at Plant Riverside in Savannah, Georgia. 



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