Adriene Veninger is a visual artist working in multiple media including photography and painting. A preoccupation with the natural world has driven the themes of her work for over thirty years.

Her works are in the collection of the National Gallery of Canada and are included in the touring exhibition Flora and Fauna; 400 Years of Artists Inspired by Nature

         Adriene Veninger

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Digital Archival Print

2019

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Digital Archival Print

20 x 40 in.

2019

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Digital Archival Print

20 x 40 in.

2019

Sula_bassana

Digital Archival Print

20 x 40 in.

2019

Ocular

Digital Archival Prints

2014

Corpus

oil on canvas

36 in X 36 in.
2014

Ancestors

oil on board

varied sizes 20 in to 28 in.
2015

A subject that has reoccurred in my work for some time now has been the preserved

remains of the creatures in Natural History Museums. In his moral philosophy works

Samuel Scheffler speculates on how we bestow value on things by preserving and

sustaining them, to extend them into the future.

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Folia

PaperMoons

charcoal on mylar

24 x 36 in.

2005

Folia and Pods

toned silver prints (photographs)
20 x 24 in.
edition of 10
1994 to 2003

 

My earliest works were almost exclusively photographic, a medium suitable

for bringing a prolonged gaze to a subject. The simple idea of giving attention while walking, to the things underfoot led me to gathering natures discards treating them as found objects.

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Installation Tree Circles and Trunks

toned silver prints (photographs)
20 x 24 in. / 20 x 40 in.
edition of 10
1999 - 2002
 

  All images   © 2019   Adriene Veninger.

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