Felicia van Bork creates collages by piecing together torn and cut pieces of her monotype prints. There are over 150 works in the How To series, which allegorizes a journey through our complicated social environment. She earned her MFA at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design in painting and printmaking, and completed her undergraduate studies at the Ontario College of Art and Design in Toronto, Canada.
Felicia van Bork’s collages are represented by Jerald Melberg Gallery in Charlotte, NC and are regularly shown at international fairs including Art Miami, Art Miami NYC, Art Houston and the Dallas Art Fair. Felicia’s collage, How to Mine the Past was recently acquired for the permanent collection of the Mint Museum of Art. Felicia’s paintings and collages are widely collected and the artist has been the recipient of numerous residency fellowships, including at McColl Center for Art + Innovation and the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. For the month of July, 2017, was a Visiting Artist at the American Academy in Rome.
In addition to teaching drawing at Central Piedmont Community College, she manages the printmaking facility at McColl Center for Art + Innovation in Charlotte.
Felicia earned her MFA at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design, and completed her undergraduate studies at the Ontario College of Art and Design in Toronto, Canada.
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