Ana

Borne

Departed

2019, Wood, metal, glass, paper, dried flowers, 12 x 12 x 5.5 in

$
275
0

Ana

Borne

No Means No

2018, Wire mesh, copper sheet metal, assorted beads, 12 x 12 x 1.5 in

$
300
0

Ana

Borne

Lost In Dance

2018, Paper, 12 x 12 x 1.5 in

$
125
0

Ana

Borne

Sunset Over Taos

2018, Paper, 12 x 12 x 1.5 in

$
125
0

Ana

Borne

Shrine

2019, Paper, 12 x 12 x 10 in

$
0

Rachel

Long

Tea From the Place Where the Four Directions Meet

2020, Pen on paper, 32 x 24 cm

$
0

Rachel

Long

Untitled

2019, Watercolor, white paint pen, 23 x 31 cm

$
0

Rachel

Long

Mother

2017, Acrylic and marker on paper, 52 x 57 in

$
1200
0

Tim

Kerr

Austin Public Library Yarborough Branch

Ornette

2019, Mixed media, 41 x 26.5 in

$
0
0

Tim

Kerr

Austin Public Library Yarborough Branch

Gospel + Blues

2019, Mixed media, 41 x 26.5 in

$
1400
0

Tim

Kerr

Austin Public Library Yarborough Branch

Roky

2019, Mixed media, 41 x 26.5 in

$
1400
0

Tim

Kerr

Austin Public Library Yarborough Branch

Texas Rhythm & Blues

2019, Mixed media, 41 x 26.5 in

$
1400
0
Ana Borne

About the Artist

Borne in Guatemala to a family and community of folk artists and hand-crafters where making was as much for function as for pleasure. Since then I've regarded art as having multi-purposes and dimensions for the maker as for the viewer. Today I mostly make art for pleasure, and teach art classes at The Art School at Laguna Gloria and do arts programming and art curating for Austin Public Library at Little Walnut Creek Branch.

Artist Statement

Art-making has played a vital role throughout my life. It has taught me to see the world more intently, it helped me communicate before I could speak English, it has been a comfort and therapy in dark times, and it has helped me build my community. But as I mature I feel a sense of responsibility and a growing urgency to use the power of art to advocate for survivors of abuse, injustice, and inhumanity. Art can speak the truth and shed light on darkness.

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Austin Public Library

About the Artist

The Austin Public Library provides knowledge, technology and inspiration to the Austin community. The Library is a hub of books and education, a meeting place of minds and an incubator of ideas.

Artist Statement

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