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The Sienna Prater Exhibit

About Her Exhibit…

I’m Sienna Prater, a multimedia artist from Knoxville, TN.

I work primarily in sculpture, paint, ink, and various forms of printmaking.

I graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York, NY studying Fine Arts and was most recently exhibited in the FIT Gallery’s Show “Conversations.” (2020)

I am inspired always by feelings and stories!

I love to make art that has strong movement and color, and can convey depth and space in a new way.

These acrylic on canvas paintings were all done in the space of about a month and were all inspired by organic things in nature; stones, mountains, etc.

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Instagram: @Siennas.Studio   |  Website: Sienna’s Studio Portfolio

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