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 Andi Mascarenas  (1955 - )

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Lived/Active: Colorado/Montana      Known for: sculptor-child figure

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
With focus on the human form, especially children, Andi Mascarenas is a sculptor, born in Butte, Montana in 1955 of Hispanic heritage. When she was a toddler, her family moved to Las Vegas, NV, then settled during her high school years in Albuquerque. She enrolled in classes at Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design in the late 1970s, and ever since she's lived in Colorado.

Married to painter Kim English, she maintains a home and studio in Pine, located in the foothills outside of metropolitan Denver. She has traveled to remote villages in Nepal, Peru, Guatemala, Italy, France, and Greece, and finds much of her recent subject matter from those locations.

Todd Wilkinson, "The Observant American" Southwest Art, July 2003

Biography from Taos Gallery:
Born in Montana, Andi received her education at Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design where her interest in sculpture first developed. She has always been drawn to the dynamic contours of the human form and its reflection of the inner person. The mystery of the human nature, in all its complexity, continues to inspire her.She loves to travel and finds in other cultures rich varieties in the human pageant.

Andi prefers to sculpt on location where she can connect directly with her subject matter. Finding resonance in simple scenes, like a mother bathing her child in a mountain stream, or the pathos of an old man staring sadly into space, she creates by looking into the heart of the human experience and shaping what she perceives. As she sculpts, she strives for spontaneity and depth, trying to capture the essential feeling of the moment. When she finishes a piece she hopes she has created something that will evoke an emotional response from the viewer, something triggered by his own personal experience.

“The human form contains such mystery, such strength and weakness, sorrow and joy. It embodies so many changes as it progresses through life. In my mind’s eye, I look beyond the external to see what lies within.”

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