Arielle Zamora is an artist who focuses in oil painting and printmaking. She currently resides in Portland, Oregon, where she received her BFA in Drawing and Painting from the Oregon College of Art and Craft in 2013. She is intesely drawn to relationships between line and form, and she draws inspiration from architecture to help assign structure, repetition, and function to the two dimensional plane. Her work exhibits fine lines, and whether they’re created free hand or by the metal of a straight edge, the line is always sensitive to natural human error. A line that drifts from the straight of a ruler or waivers with the shake of a hand is a line that speaks louder than any perfected thing. In her paintings, the repetition of such lines creates a bigger entity, a body visually sound and absolute from afar. But when up close, the individual lines admit their flaws. See more of Arielle's work here -https://www.ariellezamora.com/.