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Bird Woman


By Chloe Feldman Emison



Product Description

Art by Chloe Feldman Emison

Chloe Feldman Emison was almost entirely self-taught until she went to college, by which time she had already been had two solo shows and

participated in seven group shows. At Williams College she majored in art while also studying literature and philosophy. She spent a year at Exeter

College, Oxford University, and was able to study anatomy and drawing at the Ruskin School, where she had another solo show. After graduating she

studied animation at Forkbeard Fantasy in Devon, was a visiting artist at Wasps Studios in Glasgow, and completed residencies at the Contemporary

Artists Center in Woodside, N.Y., at The Old School Art House in Iceland, and at the Vermont Studio Center. She was named the Mixed Media Artist

of the Year for 2009 at the Cambridge Art Association, and won a Spotlight on the Arts Award for Outstanding Emerging Artist in 2010. She is currently

working with the Elements Contemporary Ballet company in Chicago on the design of a new ballet slated for 2016, about the story of Atlantis.


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Weight 4.5 kg

Men, Women


Large, Medium, Small, XL, XS (Men Only), XXL (Men Only)


Beige crew neck (men only), Beige deep neck (women only), Crew Neck, Long Sleeve, Silver crew neck (men only), Tank ( unisex ), V Neck


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