Brain Fuzz Bits: Athens Artist Vivian Liddell

Vivian Liddell, The King's Thirst Trap (The Softening), 2016, hooked rug, embroidery, fabric, trim, notions, red clay and synthetic polymer paint on canvas. Sitting on soft sculpture with found doll, and hand-sewn flowers, 60 by 86 by 28 inches.
Vivian Liddell, The King’s Thirst Trap (The Softening), 2016, hooked rug, embroidery, fabric, trim, notions, red clay and synthetic polymer paint on canvas. Sitting on soft sculpture with found doll, and hand-sewn flowers, 60 by 86 by 28 inches.

The Brain Fuzz guys visited Athens artist Vivian Liddell in her studio at the Chase Street Warehouses, where she shared the hard-won wisdom she gained in graduate school at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn.

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Liddell makes exuberant paintings, drawings, and mixed-media sculptures that combine found objects. In 2017, she had solo exhibition at Eyedrum and Parlor and was included in “M4: Second Severn Crossing, ” MINT Gallery’s annual juried exhibition, hosted by Hathaway Gallery.

Liddell also hosts a podcast, Peachy Keen, interviewing women artists in the South, and teaches painting and drawing at the University of North Georgia in Dahlonega.

Click here to access the full interview.

Brain Fuzz Bits is a series of highlights from the Brain Fuzz podcast produced by Atlanta artists Joe Camoosa and Matthew White.

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