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Artist ID: 2308

Haylee Anne is an Atlanta-based disabled artist who makes process-oriented imagery. Her dreamy photographs and installations of found materials are meticulously constructed, using special-processes such as cyanotype and van dyke printing, as well as intuitively curated objects. At the core, her work is imagery, collecting, and transcribing. The layers of collaged material are made using medical waste, memory objects, flowers, natural detritus, glitter, mark-making tools, polaroids, writing, et al. Within the assemblages, Haylee Anne examines the economics of health, disability, queer identity, and family.

Haylee Anne is a BFA graduate from Montclair State University; her work has shown in venues such as the Center for Civil and Human Rights, MINT Gallery, and Soho20 Gallery. In 2013 she was awarded the VSA Excellence in Artistry award by the Smithsonian and the Kennedy Center, and in 2020 she was a distinguished fellow at the Hambidge Center for Creative Arts and Sciences. As an enthusiastic member of Living Melody Collective and collaborator with the Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities, she focuses on civic engagement, awareness, advocacy, and community impact.

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