Seanna Harris

Seanna Harris is an interdisciplinary artist who is currently earning her Bachelors of Arts in printmaking at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland. In a growing digital culture, the analog quality of physical printed matter has proven itself resilient. The tactile nature of printmaking, as well as the role it serves in engaging with all forms of media is what has drawn her close to the practice. Her interests span many different mediums, screen printing, lithography, and risography indulge her vision to work graphically as well as dimensionally. Seanna has been recognized nationally and locally for her work by The YoungArts Foundation, Scholastics Alliance for Young Artists & Writers, The Wellington Art Society, The National Association of Women Artists, the Surdna Scholarship and others.

Seanna’s recent work is concerned with analyzing her cultural relationship to the natural and built environment from which we reside. Often delivered in palatable parcels of color and shape, the message within these works is rooted deeply in the priorities reflected by our fast pace society.


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Purgatory (2019)
Purgatory is a 4 layer screen print that juxtaposes a showy fish tank with a candy-like sushi bar just a top. This work is meant to initiate contemplation regarding the ontological experience of those that shape the aesthetic and edible functions of our lives.

Pastime Paradise (2019)
This seven layer screen print offers a stoic snapshot of an electric eel fish tank that appears to have been implemented as a bar. The glassware shown on the highest tier intends to remark on the ample hedonistic pleasures among the upper class and discrepancies of wealth, power, and access.

Party Scene (2019)
This 5 layer screen print offers a whimsical depiction of a futuristic party scene. The fish tank features artificial bull kelp, whose population is rapidly declining from the coastline of California, as well as 4 arowana which are often considered a designer fish and no longer found in the wild.