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Leah Yerpe. Leah recontextualizes the human figure in highly choreographed drawings and paintings.  Bodies are multiplied in different poses, twisting, floating and falling on a ground purged of contextualizing marks. #experimentsinmotion

Leah recontextualizes the human figure in highly choreographed drawings and paintings. Bodies are multiplied in different poses, twisting, floating and falling on a ground purged of contextualizing marks.

Leah Yerpe - Scorpios - SOLD |  5 x 6 Inches | Graphite and Ink on Paper | 2012 (fracturing w/ line down middle - repetition/unity)

Leah Yerpe's photography/ drawing style is so trippy. The overlap of all the different body parts is harmonious but chaotic at the same time.

©Leah Yerpe, Harp -  | 3 x 5 Inches | Graphite and Ink on Paper | 2012

©Leah Yerpe, Harp - | 3 x 5 Inches | Graphite and Ink on Paper | 2012

Bruce Samuelson is a Professor of Painting and Drawing at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

Bruce Samuelson is a Professor of Painting and Drawing at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

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