Darkness and vexation characterize the works of Seattle based artist Anouk Rawkson. His works are recognized by aggressive strokes, large shapes, elusive symbols, and an underlying texture of frustration. His style seeks inspiration from Picasso, Warhol, Joan Miro, and has been compared to Kandinsky, Keith Haring, and Basquiat. In his career he has participated in many group exhibitions and solo exhibitions.
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