Dara Oshin is an American born multidisciplinary artist living in Brooklyn, NY. She works in mixed media, oil, pencil, ink, gouache, sculpture, photography and digital media. Her work is informed by personal experience and often embodies a narrative or conceptual component.
Dara received her BA from Allegheny College with a concentration in English Literature and Studio Art. She continued to develop her artistic skills by studying in the U.S., France and Israel at various schools and private private ateliers. In 2015, Dara Illustrated a children's book which won a Bronze Moonbeam Award. Her paintings and drawings have been shown in in solo and group shows including the The Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators in Paris and The Invisible Dog Art Center, Ground Floor Gallery, Trestle Gallery, and Sweet Lorraine Gallery in Brooklyn, NY. Dara co-curated the opening show for the 2016 Art Slope Festival in Brooklyn. Dara’s work can be found in private collections internationally.
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