Therese Azinger was born in 1998 in Burnsville, Minnesota. Azinger is an Associates of Fine Arts in Art at Normandale Community College in Bloomington, MN and expects to graduate in May 2020. Her artwork has been included in the 2014 Student Art Show at Prior Lake High School in Savage MN. In 2020, Azinger’s artwork will appear in the AFA in Art Exhibition in the Fine Arts Gallery at Normandale Community College in Bloomington, MN.
Horror and nature are reoccurring themes in my work. I have always had a morbid curiosity and that come out in my work. I tend to draw very high contrast pieces of work and it shows in my drawings and photos. I like to focus on shadows to make my work look more eerie and dark. Most, if not all, of my images are black and white and in the rare occasion that I do use color it is very dark and monotone. The use drawing, sculpting and also changes the feeling the image gives off but stays within the common theme of my work. Linear patterns are prominent in every piece of art helping the eye flow through the image. The objects in my work are also very confined and overlap, but the eye is still able to flow through the image. When someone views my work a feeling of nervousness falls over them and they feel as though they are standing inside the image.