Larassa Kabel, born 1970 in Mt. Clemens, MI, uses photorealistic drawings, paintings and prints to address issues of loss, fear, gender and feminism. She has worked in oils and lithographs, but often uses colored pencils on paper has her medium. Her work is about compassion, from experiencing the worst moments of life to recognizing one another’s humanity regardless of gender or shape or life choices.
Kabel’s work has been shown nationally in galleries and museums including the Des Moines Art Center, The MISSION Gallery, PEEL Gallery, Karolyn Sherwood Gallery, exhibit 101, Visions West, and Moberg Gallery. Compelling curatorial projects in Des Moines have included Beyond Nature (2013) and UPSpeak (2016.)
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