Drawings by Aubrey Learner

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, September 09, 2014
Aubrey Learner’s intricate watercolor, graphite and ink drawings are metaphors of desire and disgust: the disparate longings for both purity and sexual prowess, and the concurrent disgust at perversion and decay. Juxtaposing contemporary fascinations with sexuality against the various vulgarities associated with reproduction, she explores the imposition of societal mores...

Q&A with Aubrey Learner

Illustration // Saturday, March 17, 2012
Aubrey Learner's solo show 'Circadian' opens tonight at Eli Ridgeway Gallery in San Francisco. We sat down with Learner to do a little Q&A about her upcoming show, tendencies and collections. From the brief life cycles of butterflies, to the fleeting pleasure of indulging in a piece of candy, Learner's detailed illustrations suggest a simultaneous humor and melancholy...

A visit with Aubrey Learner

Illustration // Wednesday, March 14, 2012
In conjunction with Aubrey Learner's upcoming solo show 'Circadian' at Eli Ridgeway Gallery in San Francisco (opening this Saturday March 17th 4-7pm) we dropped by the artist's studio to check out the process and say hello to this amazingly talented painter and illustrator... 'Aubrey Learner's intricate watercolor, graphite and ink drawings are metaphors of desire and disgust -- the  disparate longings for both purity and sexual prowess...'

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