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Orna Feinstein (pictured with a piece of art called Dendros #18) was thrilled when the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston recently acquired seven of her artworks (not pictured). The seven works are in addition to another that was acquired a few years ago, for a total of eight works now in the museum’s permanent collection. The drawing and six monoprints are from the Rings Series, Branched and Rooted Series and Netting, all early works dating 2000-2006. Orna specializes in 3D monoprints, sculptures, paper installations, and site-specific installations. Her passion lies in experimentation and innovations in the field of monoprint making. This led to printing on non-traditional materials like plexiglass, boards, and fabrics, creating monoprints that are textural, dimensional, and kinetic. Orna has exhibited extensively in the U.S. in addition to Germany, Uruguay, Portugal, Korea, Taiwan, Denmark, Greece, and Italy.
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