Rosanna Mark-Andreu earned a BA in Communication Design from the UIC and an MA in Interdisciplinary Arts from CCC. Rosanna is a painter and graphic artist working with CPS students with over twenty years of experience developing arts programs K-12 education and community-based settings. Her past work is informed by her intense relationship to the Abruzzi and Marche regions of Italy and the transitions of death and decay. Her current work explores the elemental vibrations and changes in the physical, emotional and spiritual dimensions of the self. Transformations invisible to the eye but reveled through the continuously changing contours of the body.
Rosanna Mark-Andreu • Malocchio, Litho – Pronto plate, 2016
This image is about my grandmother’s story of people being hit with the malocchio of her cousin. The cousin could shape shift into a crow and all the four leaf clovers, ladybugs or “cornI” could NOT take the evil eye away.
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