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Fri, Aug 15 - Mon, Aug 18
RUN #00681
Hannah Stouffer - Moral Allegory
Hannah Stouffer
Moral Allegory
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Edition Size:   50
20 x 16 Inches Archival Pigment Print on 310gsm Fine Art Paper
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View All Pow Wow 2014 Featured Artists: Roids, Ron English, Tristan Eaton, Aaron De La Cruz, BASK, Meggs, Persue 1 & 2, Angry Woebots 1 & 2, Dave Kinsey, 123 Klan, Insa, Brendan Monroe Gold & Silver, Hannah Stouffer, Inti, Prime, Estria, Cyrcle, Defer, Cope2, Indie 184, Augustine Kofie, Gage Hamilton, Ekundayo, Mimi Pond, Wayne White, Tatiana Suarez, Reka, Spencer Keeton Cunningham, Gaia, Glenn Barr, Nychos, Apexer, Madsteez & Roids, Kamea Hadar and Dabs Myla.

Plus local Hawaiian artists curated by Estria, Prime, Jasper Wong & Kamea Hadar: Aidan Monahan, Meleanna Meyer , Ckaweeks, Beak McFlaps, Brook Parker and Carl Pao.

The frame option for this print includes a 1" Black Wood frame with UV glass, foam core backing and ready to hang hardware.


"I’ve been working on a couple new pieces in the last few months while traveling. I basically had no other choice than to create small bits of watercolor and ink work, scan them in periodically and rearrange them digitally due to my schedule. This piece was one of the products of that process so all I have are scraps of a million different layers, but some of them are amazing on their own.

It’s been a common theme for a minute now. Metaphysics, light allegory, the same transcendental things I normally work with. It’s really just a further extension of my current obsessions. Overall it’s the beginning of a series for a few upcoming shows and this piece specifically is exclusive for 1xRUN." - Hannah Stouffer

Each print comes signed, numbered and includes a Certificate of Authenticity from Hannah Stouffer and 1xRUN.

Discuss This Run

Hannah Stouffer Returns To 1xRUN With Her Latest Moral Allegory For Pow Wow 2014

1xRUN Thru Interview
Moral Allegory by Hannah Stouffer

1xRUN: Tell us a little bit about this piece, is the original still for sale?
Hannah Stouffer: I’ve been working on a couple new pieces in the last few months while traveling. I basically had no other choice than to create small bits of watercolor and ink work, scan them in periodically and rearrange them digitally due to my schedule. This piece was one of the products of that process so all I have are scraps of a million different layers, but some of them are amazing on their own. So yes, if you like scraps I’m your girl.

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1xRUN: Was this piece part of a recent  theme, series or show that you had?
Hannah Stouffer: It’s been a common theme for a minute now. Metaphysics, light allegory, the same transcendental things I normally work with. It’s really just a further extension of my current obsessions and yes, it’s the beginning of a series for a few upcoming shows, but this piece specifically is exclusive for 1xRUN.

1xRUN: What Materials were used to create this piece with?
Hannah Stouffer: Ink and watercolor on paper, primarily, computer magic and so much lust.

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1xRUN: When was this piece created and how long did it take to finish?
Hannah Stouffer: This piece was created during the holiday season 2013 at my folks house in Aspen, CO on a bearskin rug. Overall though, it took about  2 months to complete.

1xRUN: Anything immediate you would like us to highlight?
Hannah Stouffer: I’m near obsessed with palm trees at the moment. The repetition is extremely meditative, similar to how I used to spend hours on snakeskin.

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1xRUN: Tell us how the idea and execution came about?
Hannah Stouffer: I usually let my work be its own guide. It’s all floating around somewhere inside me.

1xRUN: What is unique about this piece?
Hannah Stouffer: It was actually based on an old Masonic rendering called ‘Masters Carpet’ which is pretty incredible.

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1xRUN: Why should people buy this print?
Hannah Stouffer: If you feel what I feel, then its real.

1xRUN: Describe the piece/print in one gut reaction word.
Hannah Stouffer: All I can think of is rap lyrics. ‘I’d pinky promise but my pinky ring too big.’

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1xRUN: Being your second time at Pow Wow Hawaii, who are some of the artists you’re really excited to see painting out there?
Hannah Stouffer: Best time of my life. The lineup is INSANE. ALL OF THEM. BFF LIFE.

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1xRUN: What has your experience of Hawaii been in the past? What are you looking forward to this time around?
Hannah Stouffer: I love spam masubi and I could lay on the beach for eternity.

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1xRUN: Do you have any plans for your wall out there or are you just going to improvise it when you get there?
Hannah Stouffer: I have no idea what I’m doing… ever.

1xRUN: You’ve been staying crazy busy per usual, bring us up to speed on some of the walls you’ve been doing lately?
Hannah Stouffer: We just got back from Art Basel, Miami- painting out in the Wynwood district. I have an upcoming installation at the Standard Hotel in Hollywood and a solo show at Slow Culture Gallery as well. A few secrets in the works and intentions of turning this year out in a real way.

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1xRUN: How did 2013 wrap up for you?
Hannah Stouffer: Insane. I’m glad its over.

1xRUN: Aside from Pow Wow 2014, what are your plans for the new year?
Hannah Stouffer: So much. I’ll be putting together a few new solo shows from now till May and releasing some new news and a lot to look forward to.

1xRUN: Where else can people find you?
Hannah Stouffer: WebsiteFacebookInstagramTwitter

-1xRUN

About the Artist

Location: Los Angeles, California

Hannah Stouffer is an illustrator and art director based in Los Angeles, California. Born in Aspen, Colorado to wildlife documentarian Marty Stouffer and wife Diane, her upbringing was heavily influenced by the natural environment. She was schooled in a variety of locations, finishing in San Francisco, CA at California College of Art and San Francisco State University with a BFA in Conceptual Information Arts. She has been part of shows at the Aspen Art Museum, Dallas Museum of Art and the Japanese American National Museum and been on the board of jurors for the Art Directors Club of Houston.

Stouffer has worked with a wide array of commercial clients, creating and transforming her personal work to fit the desires of American Express, Nike, Dell, Disney, Christian Dior, IBM, MSN, The New York Times, Ford, The North Face and Vans. From creating site specific installations to illustrations to embellish products, billboards, apparel and vehicles, the extent of her client roster is immeasurable. Her work has been animated to create motion graphics for GREE, Lipton and Ludacris and she has been the creative hand behind multiple international campaigns. Her work has been featured in Computer Arts Projects Magazine, Communication Arts, Xlr8r and online at Abuzeedo, Booooooom and Hypebeast and she has been the illustration editor for Juxtapoz Magazine and Juxtapoz.com since 2011.

In her work, feminine decorative embellishments are counterbalanced by macabre motifs, the animal kingdom, and the never-ending pursuit of illustrating explosive emotional transcendence. Stouffer is best known for the incongruity of intricately executed imagery and shadowy and ethereal themes. She has had solo exhibitions in galleries from San Francisco, Portland and Los Angeles to Toronto, Denver, New Jersey and New York.

Stouffer has maintained a strong presence in the illustration world while simultaneously exhibiting her work as both a commercial and fine artist. She is part of a generation of illustrators that are savvy enough to take advantage of the advances of technology but do so in a traditional manner, keeping the talent and technique at the basis of their work, blending the disciplines and lines that separate commercial and fine art illustrators.

Find out more @ http://www.hannahstouffer.com