Tag Archives: tissue paper sculpture

American Lifestyle Magazine features artist MAYA FREELON ASANTE

17 Jan

‘Bleeding Art’ an interview with Maya Freelon Asante written by Shelley Rose featured in American Lifestyle Magazine Issue 87, 2018.

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‘Visionary and artist Maya Freelon Asante discovered her preferred medium by happenstance.   While living with her grandmother during art school, she found water-damaged tissue paper in the basement and became fascinated by the bleeding of the color.  This fortuitous accident became her muse, and she has been using tissue paper to create her art ever since.’

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“When I create the large tissue quilts, I always ask the community to help in the creation process.  [To me], community means, ‘I am because we are’ Ubuntu.”   ~Maya Freelon Asante

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Please contact us here at the gallery by emailing mortonfineart@gmail.com for a PDF readable version of this article as well as additional information and images.  Available artwork by MAYA FREELON ASANTE can be viewed here on our website.

Scattered to the Wind by MAYA FREELON ASANTE

16 May

A one-of-a-kind kinetic art performance by artist MAYA FREELON ASANTE which boasts free-falling art for all.

Accompanied by the natural environment of Baltimore City, ‘Scattered to the Wind’ took place on Saturday, April 27th, 2013 at the Bromo Selzter Arts Tower in Baltimore, MD.

Let go with me
Make room for Joy!
The weightlessness
of forgiveness
Seeks peace
With love

– Maya Freelon Asante

2D/3D : An Exhibition of 2D / 3D work by MAYA FREELON ASANTE & VICTORIA SHAHEEN

3 Nov

November 9th, 2012 – December 4th, 2012

OPENING RECEPTION

Friday, November 9th from 6pm-8pm

Countdown to MAYA FREELON ASANTE’s Installation at Corcoran Gallery of Art

16 Jul

MAYA FREELON ASANTE’s Ubuntu tissue paper installation will be on view at the Corcoran Gallery of Art starting this Wednesday, 18 July – Sunday, 22 July.  If you wish to catch a glimps of the artist in action, please walk by the main entrance on 17th Street this Tuesday afternoon. 

Her installation “Seedling” can be viewed at Morton Fine Art (see image below).  Dimensions and price variable & installation specific.  Enjoy!

Maya Freelon Asante, "Seedling", tissue paper installation, dimensions variable

Maya Freelon Asante, “Seedling”, tissue paper installation, dimensions variable