Ashley Nania

BFA, Metal

Artist Statement

Loud, obnoxious, and heavy. These are the terms I think about while creating my artwork. Conceptually, I am interested in studying subcultures and what their role in society may be. I use my art as a tool to further investigate these roles subcultures have and how they pertain to real life situations. My focus is on influences pertaining to goth culture throughout the generations, and elements of witchcraft. I add my own twist and humor to create pieces that possess the quality of the norms of society and highlight the beauty of the weird.

Biography

Bailey Tobin is a Chicago-based artist who received her BFA in Digital Fabrications and metals at Northern Illinois University in 2021.

Morgue, 2021
Acrylic, Silver, and Acrylic Paint, 18″x6″x0.5″

Morgue (detail), 2021
Acrylic, Silver, and Acrylic Paint, 18″x6″x0.5″

Baby Doll, 2020
Acrylic, Silver, and Acrylic Paint, 16″x8″x0.5″

Holding On, 2020
Copper and Patina, 16″x6″x0.125″

Holding On (detail), 2020
Copper and Patina, 16″x6″x0.125″

Vampire, 2019
Acrylic, Silver, Wood, and Paint, 12″x6″ x0.5″

Vampire (detail), 2019
Acrylic, Silver, Wood, and Paint, 12″x6″ x0.5″

Light, 2021
3d Printed Plastic, Acrylic, and Silver, 18″x8″x2″

Light (detail), 2021
3d Printed Plastic, Acrylic, and Silver, 18″x8″x2″

Crystals (detail), 2021
Acrylic and Silver, 5″x6″x0.125″

Coffin, 2019
Acrylic, Silver, and Paint, 16″x6″x0.5″

Coffin (detail), 2019
Acrylic, Silver, and Paint, 16″x6″x0.5″

Bones, 2020
Acrylic, 14″x6″x0.125″

Skulls and Stuff, 2021
Acrylic, Silver, and Acrylic Paint, 16″x6″ x0.125″

Tarot, 2020
3D Printed Plastic, 18″x8″x0.5″

Ashley Nania

BFA, Metal

Artist Statement

Loud, obnoxious, and heavy. These are the terms I think about while creating my artwork. Conceptually, I am interested in studying subcultures and what their role in society may be. I use my art as a tool to further investigate these roles subcultures have and how they pertain to real life situations. My focus is on influences pertaining to goth culture throughout the generations, and elements of witchcraft. I add my own twist and humor to create pieces that possess the quality of the norms of society and highlight the beauty of the weird.

Biography

Bailey Tobin is a Chicago-based artist who received her BFA in Digital Fabrications and metals at Northern Illinois University in 2021.

Morgue, 2021
Acrylic, Silver, and Acrylic Paint, 18″x6″x0.5″

Morgue (detail), 2021
Acrylic, Silver, and Acrylic Paint, 18″x6″x0.5″

Baby Doll, 2020
Acrylic, Silver, and Acrylic Paint, 16″x8″x0.5″

Holding On, 2020
Copper and Patina, 16″x6″x0.125″

Holding On (detail), 2020
Copper and Patina, 16″x6″x0.125″

Vampire, 2019
Acrylic, Silver, Wood, and Paint, 12″x6″ x0.5″

Vampire (detail), 2019
Acrylic, Silver, Wood, and Paint, 12″x6″ x0.5″

Light, 2021
3d Printed Plastic, Acrylic, and Silver, 18″x8″x2″

Light (detail), 2021
3d Printed Plastic, Acrylic, and Silver, 18″x8″x2″

Crystals (detail), 2021
Acrylic and Silver, 5″x6″x0.125″

Coffin, 2019
Acrylic, Silver, and Paint, 16″x6″x0.5″

Coffin (detail), 2019
Acrylic, Silver, and Paint, 16″x6″x0.5″

Bones, 2020
Acrylic, 14″x6″x0.125″

Skulls and Stuff, 2021
Acrylic, Silver, and Acrylic Paint, 16″x6″ x0.125″

Tarot, 2020
3D Printed Plastic, 18″x8″x0.5″

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