Allison Pasarew graduated from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2002 with a concentration in sculpture. For five years she lived and worked in the Detroit, Michigan area, developing abstract sculptures that incorporate obsolete mechanical parts. These sculptures have been called “time lines”, “pop-surrealism” and an “ode to the obsolete.” Since her return to Baltimore from Detroit, she has been working on mixed media drawings and digital photography that range from representational to abstract and focus on the beauty of the mechanical objects found in her sculptures. Each media is a body of work in their own right, yet are a part of her ongoing project to explore the different moods of the subject matter.
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