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Welcome to my studio, where artistry meets innovation.
I am Zsuzsi Winn [zhu - zhe], a Mixed Media Artist, Set Designer, and founder of Zsuzsi Winn Studio, a hybrid artist studio creating Fine Art and Installations. My studio practice combines ongoing material research and experimental design to create captivating pieces based on Biophilia Design principles.
What does Biophilia have to do with Art?
Biophilia is a concept that emphasizes the significance of our connection with the natural world and suggests that nurturing this bond can positively impact our health and well-being.
Biophilia suggests that being in nature, or even just having elements of nature present, can positively affect our well-being and contribute to a sense of calm and connectedness.
In the context of art, biophilia can influence the creation and appreciation of artworks. Artists may draw inspiration from nature, incorporating natural forms, patterns, and colors into their work. The use of natural materials or representations of the natural world in art can evoke a sense of familiarity and resonance with viewers.
My creative practice as an emerging Mixed Media Artist and Set Designer revolves around Biophilia Design and Art. I am profoundly passionate about delving into the beauty and complexity of the natural world, and I strive to mirror this deep fascination through my art.
As an artist, I believe I have a responsibility to enhance the well-being of others and to advocate for the preservation of our natural environment. I create textural, sculptural 3D wall art, installations and objects using a combination of recycled materials and other elements inspired by nature.
My artistic process involves continuous research and experimentation, perpetually searching for traditional craftsmanship to develop tactile mediums and forms that can be integrated into my artwork. I intend for my art to transcend simple observation. My goal is to immerse the viewer in three-dimensional vignettes that reflect the vast diversity of the natural world. Each piece invites the viewer to mentally and physically engage, eliciting positive emotions.
Ultimately, my aspiration is to reawaken the senses of those who encounter my work, rekindling their awareness of our environment and fostering a renewed connection to it.