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Alexander Landerman
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Work from my residency in Southern California at the Dorland Mountain Arts Colony. All drawings by me, Alexander L Landerman
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2016-05-11
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Clones Ireland Proposal 
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2016-01-05
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 Fjúk Arts Centre, Proposal, Landerman
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2016-01-02
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Mural Arts Alliance of Portage County
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Landerman Proposal Portfolio
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Another cool little feature! Hot damn I love all this support!

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More Rabbits
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Charcoal and Letterpress (Rabbits)
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CPS Cafe Artist Statement and Biography

I was born and raised in Central Wisconsin in the small town of Stockton on the outskirts of Stevens Point. My childhood was largely spent outdoors hunting, fishing, and camping where I developed a passion for plants and animals. My academic life has revolved almost entirely around the arts and I am now working as a professional artist gaining recognition locally, nationally, and internationally for my work combining letterpress printing and drawing.

In 2012 I was fortunate enough to be awarded the Public Art Symposium by the Carlsten Gallery Student Advisory Committee. Through this symposium I was given the opportunity to create seven original pieces of artwork for the University Wisconsin Stevens Point's permanent art collection. My intent was to create a small body of work dealing with the universal language of food. By printing the same word in different languages for a particular fruit or vegetable and then drawing that item over the text, I hope to show a commonality between us all: the necessity for quality food. This is something the CPS Cafe is known to provide to our students, faculty, and community members.
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