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October Artist in Residence Alyssa Klauer's work creates intense psychological space


October 9, 2020

Alyssa Klauer's paintings put familiar things toether in an incongruent way to create an "intense psychological space," she said of her work. Klauer is Northwestern Oklahoma State University's October Artist-in-Residence. More of her work can be viewed by going to and clicking on this image.

Northwestern Oklahoma State University has announced its Artist-in-Residence for October: Alyssa Klauer, a painter from Brooklyn, N.Y., who has exhibited in San Francisco; New York City; Washington, D.C.; and Anjo, Japan.

Klauer says her paintings are "constructed on a foundation of visual effects – faux finishes, faux worlds and phantasmagoric qualities – in an attempt to create a feeling of polyphony or mixed response, difference in sameness, repulsion in attraction. I employ the constructed still life to engage and pull together incongruent images to make an intense psychological spa...

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