<center>Pink Dragonfly (2018) 12"x11.5"<br/> alternative media on handmade transparent acrylic skin<br/>
<br/><em>Dragonflies are a powerful symbol of transformation in Grant's work. Holding significant personal meaning for the artist, the dragonfly represents new light in Japanese culture, and universally alludes to magic and illusion. The dragonfly hovers over technical drawings in the background, unifying the natural realm with the man-made. This work was selected for the 2018 Exhibit "Small Works Baruch" held at the Sidney Mishkin Gallery at Baruch College (CUNY) and juried by Independent Curator Elizabeth Avedon.</em><br/>

Pink Dragonfly (2018) 12"x11.5"
alternative media on handmade transparent acrylic skin

Dragonflies are a powerful symbol of transformation in Grant's work. Holding significant personal meaning for the artist, the dragonfly represents new light in Japanese culture, and universally alludes to magic and illusion. The dragonfly hovers over technical drawings in the background, unifying the natural realm with the man-made. This work was selected for the 2018 Exhibit "Small Works Baruch" held at the Sidney Mishkin Gallery at Baruch College (CUNY) and juried by Independent Curator Elizabeth Avedon.