Hope Gangloff drawing

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Hope Gangloff drawing

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Hope Gangloff
Untitled, 2008
Ink/clay coated-coated paper
10 3/4 x 13 3/4"

Hope Gangloff is known for creating vibrant and truthful portraits of her friends as a way to share her view of modern American life. By capturing this generation of young adults in her illustrations and paintings, she documents this era's struggle during these tumultuous economic times. 

Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum Curator Mónica Ramí­rez-Montagut says about Gangloff's works: "Her paintings and drawings make us feel her and her subjects and feel for them as well; they make us feel for ourselves and the period to which we belong. In the midst of the struggles of our current everyday lives, Hope finds both beauty and passion."

Gangloff studied fine art at Cooper Union in New York. After leaving art school, Gangloff worked in a bronze foundry and made illustrations for publications such as the New York Times, the New YorkerSpin Magazine, and Built by Wendy. Her work now hangs in galleries and museums around the world.