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Post-Colonial by Jaelah
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11 × 14″
wrapping paper, house paint, tracing paper, marker, paper color swatch cut out, pen, and cut out from Dumbo children’s book on canvas board
2012

This work is influenced by my time living and working in Burkina Faso, West Africa as a Peace Corps volunteer. Burkina is a former French colony.

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collage, political, africa, african, international

​Originally from Wisconsin, Jaelah Kuehmichel has been working and creating in Austin, Texas since her return from Peace Corps service in Burkina Faso, West Africa in 2010. Her mixed media artwork celebrates play, whimsy, adventure, and beauty. Her work explores themes of identity, independence, sexuality, consumption, and risk. Working in the realm of design allows her to utilize her personal aesthetic and fine attention to detail to fulfill the functional and practical needs of her clients.

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