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Alicia LaChance was born in St. Louis, Missouri. She currently maintains her studio and is raising her family there. In 2004 she co-founded Hoffman LaChance Contemporary, an exhibition platform for the region’s emerging artists and curators. LaChance’s work is represented by Museum Works Galleries of Chicago, Susan Street Fine Arts of Solana Beach, Selby Fleetwood Gallery of Santa Fe, Fetherston Gallery of Seattle, Jules Place of Boston, Butters Gallery of Portland and Kaller Fine Arts of Washington, DC. Her paintings were recently selected by Julie Rodrigues Widholm, Pamela Alper Associate Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, for the Midwest edition of New American Paintings. Her works are in private and corporate collections worldwide.
"Our shared modernity and new velocities influence this installation. It is rooted in tradition and ancient folk art from around the globe. Shared colors between cultures anchor this design while aiming for an interior feeling descriptive of what lies in front of us – our future. Symbols and patterns from these folk histories come together to raise a curiosity about a new sense of community. Now, YOU ARE HERE moving through heartland and international crossroads. This composition invites travelers to cross over the spoke where hearts point toward true north."
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