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Clio Artist Spotlight: Denise Jones Adler

Denise Jones Adler in front of her work at Clio Art Fair, May 2-5, 2024

«I am an artist because I have always loved the process of creating. My work is both personal and archetypical and seeks to memorialize a moment in time, the fragile nature of life and the emotional impact of the past on the present. My portraits and dreamscapes pinpoint my unsettled view of the world with a subtle sense of amusement and innate feminism.

I set out to create work that expresses the mythic and legendary. Magazines, photographs and found materials factor in and become the story within the story, tying our own world to the dreamscapes I create. I am influenced by the Feminist Art Movement as well as Expressionism and the Dada movement. The collages of Hannah Hoch are a big inspiration of mine.»

- Denise Jones Adler

Denise Jones Adler has showcased her work in the past Clio Art Fair 16th edition in May 2-5, 2024. Here is our short interview with the artist!

Denise, can you please describe your art in four words?

Magical, mythic, complex, sensuous

What inspires your art?

Nature and life.

How would you describe your experience at Clio Art Fair?

Clio is welcoming and supportive to the artists who show there. It’s an innovative, exciting, well curated show that highlights independent working artists. I’m always happy to be part of it!

Denise Jones Adler, Gaia, 2018

Mixed media on linen, 48 x 36 in


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