Addie Roanhorse, artist
Topo Bison, 2020
March of 2020 our world came to a halt; COVID-19 had made its way to the States. Within a week the stay-at-home orders were in effect and mandated. In order to keep my sanity, there would be no idle hands. Thankfully my studio is in my home and had enough art supplies to last. So much time on my hands gave me an opportunity to experiment with different techniques, specifically epoxy. The topo map is of Osage County’s oil leases, the epoxy gives a polished look and preserves the map. I painted and sewed around 600 masks during the pandemic.
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