Redmond, WA 98052
Angelina Kidd, MFA is a Pacific Northwest artist specializing in the handmade: historical photographic processes, constructed imagery collage, paper art (books, envelopes, boxes), and more.
Born to a Cuban father and a Filipino and Polynesian mother, Angelina spent her early years in Honolulu, Hawai'i, before moving to the mainland. Angelina received her MFA from Lesley University School of Art & Design in Boston and has been featured in galleries and exhibitions around the country. A resident of Redmond, Washington, she splits her time between creative and movement practices as the owner of both her own art business and Pilates studio in Redmond.
The use of alternative and historical processes, such as wet plate collodion, encaustic, palladium, and pinhole/polaroid photography, is central to her style. Not only do these processes produce an antique, timeless effect; they also, through their increasing rarity, tell the story of the passage of time within the art form. Her technique of constructed imagery also sets her apart, as it allows her to craft and present scenes through photography that innovate past observation.
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