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Morbid Anatomy Interviewed by Another Passion
Anita Arora began her pursuit of the arts while crossing continents and oceans, exploring classical dance and music from London and America. Returning stateside from her native London, she set down roots as she continued experimenting with artistic forms.
Anita's appreciation of art that walked a fine line of social distance led her to begin her artistic work of Morbid Anatomy; finding beauty in the ordinary, exploring human relationships and remixing history and the fantastic in assemblage art, which she describes as being frozen in time.
Morbid Anatomy at ROCK THE TERMINAL IV "Twisted Love"
Morbid Anatomy will be one of over a hundred NW Alternative Artists featured at ROCK THE TERMINAL IV "Twisted Love" at Art//Not Terminal, Seattle! Join us for the Grand Opening and Artist Reception on Sat, Feb 2nd from 6pm - 9pm. Info at:
Morbid Anatomy at Nautilus Studio
Morbid Anatomy has several pieces on display at the enchanting gallery of the Nautilus Studio in Georgetown. The proprietors, Yvette and Jethaniel, graciously welcome you to Art Attack every second Saturday of the month. For more info, please visit www.thenautilusstudio.com.
Morbid Anatomy Greeting Cards!
Morbid Anatomy greeting cards are available in 10 designs and measure 4.25" x 5.5". Produced on high quality stock, the cards feature beautifully reproduced artwork on front, blank on the inside with the Morbid Anatomy logo against a white background on the reverse. Cards are individually presented with an envelope in a clear, sealed plastic sleeve. Available at our Etsy Store now.
Photos from the 'Nigredo' Art Reception at Victrola, October 9th 2009!
Photos by Marc17