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BRITTANY KIERTZNER

"My work centers on authenticity versus the use of Artificial Intelligence and reproducibility.

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CREDENTIALS

1st Place in the Art Renewal Center scholarship competition.

BFA Merit Scholarship, CSUF, CA

SMMoA, Santa Monica Museum of Art, Bergamot Station, “Incognito”

Brittany Kiertzner is a mixed media and fiber artist from Southern California. Kiertzner sources materials for her work by collecting and using waste yarn, embroidery cotton and fabric. Her medium appears as a slow and structured progression in abstraction and contemporary impressionism. This contrast—between feeling and premeditation, impulse and planned handiwork—is central to her work. Kiertzner's original work nods to painters such as Cuno Amit and Sue Collier and fiber artists such as Carmen Mardonez and Regina de Jimenez. Textures and chaotic organic shapes that morph into landscape forms populate her body of work as fibers are interwoven, layered and appear to be in transforming states.


2022 “A Veces Sabe Limón, Otras A Caramelo" - Book cover 2021 JUNIPER RAG Vol. 2

2021 City of Los Angeles "Latino Heritage Month Calendar and Cultural Guide.

Hyperbole

Cotton embroidery fiber on canvas.

20 X 20 X inches

A MIGHTY AFTERNOON

Cotton embroidery fiber on canvas.

20 X 20 X inches

CREATION LOOKING

Cotton embroidery fiber on canvas.

12 X 12 X inches

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