A piece reflecting on hearing people who tell artists "if you get politically/socially involved or speak about the marginalized group you belong to (or any others) then you'll burn bridges and people won't hire you". If that is the case may the bridges I burn light my way.
Samantha Mash grew up in the dry marsh area of Palo Alto, California. After graduating high school she headed north to forested Portland, Oregon where she has resided ever since. Samantha currently works as a freelance illustrator and illustration instructor at Pacific Northwest College of Art. She is available for commercial work, gallery exhibitions, and other creative projects.
Samantha is interested in the place of iconography within her illustrative work. Her art is heavily focused on symbolism and the human form, which she uses to explore concepts of vulnerability, identity, anxiety, repression, and freedom.
She is currently focused ...
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.