Allison Sommers

Allison Sommers creates what I call “artistic anatomical animal studies” (and so much more).

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I love how she uses these hinged panels; it works wonderfully with her style.
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Some might find this morbid, but I find it beautiful. There is a delicacy and flow to her work that make raw, exposed anatomy appear elegant.
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Allison Sommers

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4 Responses to “Allison Sommers”

  1. bettiemuldoon Says:

    Lovely symmetry. I, too, like the hinged panels. The shaped one of the two dogs certainly helps make it a bit more fun. As a feline amorist, I am gladdened to see the tables turned on hounds (another way to skin a cat indeed!)

  2. Well it’s different. I’m not so much for the mutilated look of a dog, or pets, or any animal really, or at least this artwork in particular. I agree with Bettie, I’m glad it’s not cats, especially black cats. And I do like the hinge frames. Although I do prefer the skeletons come to think of it. Is it wrong I have no problem with mutilated people?… artwork that is.

    • shewalkssoftly Says:

      I actually don’t see it as mutilation…I see it as a kind of celebratory deconstruction, glorifying the stunning inner workings of these animals. I feel reverence when I look at these creatures. But we all bring our own eye to art.

      • That’s because your intelligent brain is full of sense and understanding and your heart is full sugar and spice.

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