CHRISTINA MAZZA STUDIO
Threads of ConsciousnessTransformed IIICityScape - View 1CityScape - View 2Patchwork StreamUrban Morsels: 6Urban Morsels: 5Urban Morsels: 1Urban Morsels: 3Urban Morsels: 2"Buddha Baby"
Work-in-Progress as if January 2011
Close-up Detail Only"Contained Spaces""Sweet Gathering""No. 38 Series""Transformed" - Mural Installation"Gathering""Contained Spaces: Natasha""Contained Spaces: Knotted""Contained Spaces: Marianna""Contained Spaces: Chained""Contained Spaces: Vincent""Contained Spaces: Wired""Contained Spaces: Shredded""Construction""Shredded" - Mural InstallationCigarette ButtsLabor: Dollar Store Scrub BallsLabor: Baker's ParchmentLabor: Grade School MopTake Me As I Am: EarForsaken Articles: Earth IIForsaken Articles: Sea Grass VTake Me As I Am: EyeForsaken Articles: Human ISea UrchinForsaken Articles: Earth IForsaken Articles: Human IIIForsaken Articles: Sea Grass IVForsaken Articles: Sea Grass IIIForsaken Articles: Sea Grass I
HOT NEWS!!!

- WORKED WITH ENVIRONMENTAL ARTIST: PATRICK DOUGHERTY
in 2012 to create
an installation at
Museum in Sausalito
- KQED story
- ABC7 News Report

- VOTED MOST LOVED ARTIST: 2011
in Asterisk Magazine/SF
Check out the online issue.

- READ ARTBUSINESS REVIEW
CIIS Gallery: SF Solo Show
March 24 - April 24, 2011
Large Installations, and Drawings on
Reclaimed Material.

- SUCCESSFUL BOSTON SHOW
Boston Center for the Arts
March 18 - April 24, 2011
Compilation of Small Drawings set
into Vintage Frames

- SF WEEKLY ARTICLE + GRANT
One of 10 artist's chosen to be featured
in a show & SF Weekly Magazine

- Currently at the DRAWING CENTER's
VIEWING PROGRAM in NYC

ARTIST STATEMENT:

I use reclaimed materials to create narrative works of found objects that are discarded by humans or by nature. These items are decontextualized, somewhat abstracted, through isolation and reconfiguration of scale and portray sociological overtones of excess consumerism, of discard followed by redemption, and of the examination of perceived worth.

- Christina Mazza