“Quilt Series: Joseph” by T. Owens Union

Through art I explore aspects of African American cultural identity and experience, influenced by my own personal history and current and past events that have impacted communities of color. I create digital photomontage art by collecting and photographing primarily vintage and antique materials (dolls, puppets, African sculptures, textiles, and found objects) which are then digitally manipulated to produce storytelling digital composites.


size 17″ x 14″ x 1″
medium Digital Photomontage
Price $400.00


Bio/CV

T. Owens Union

I am a career scientist (DVM, PhD) in a visually oriented field (pathology), currently working as a consultant to the pharmaceutical industry. More recently I attended Parsons School of Design/The New School and achieved an AAS degree in Fashion Marketing (2015).  However, I found myself primarily drawn to courses such as computer assisted design (CAD), digital layout, graphic design and drawing, which inspired me to hone my skills with these techniques and experiment in visual art. By 2020 I began to answer Calls for Artists, and have had artworks accepted into six juried exhibitions across the country thus far (please also see my art portfolio at www.owensunion.com).

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