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Morbid Anatomy
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My Bio
Why Morbid Anatomy? I have always maintained a passion for sociology while embracing the unusual – the step to creating delightfully creepy, aesthetically pleasing shadowboxes was therefore most natural. Morbid Anatomy was born out of a need to explore human nature against a backdrop of medicine, science and discovery.

My assemblage art is a commentary on both the world around me and of that which exists in the themes I study. In each piece, the mementos of daily life are gently reinterpreted as visions of our collective past, giving new voices to forgotten artifacts. My continuous process involves an examination of the beauty against that which is often regarded as the macabre.

The tools of my trade include bones, antique medical illustrations, rusty nails, apothecary, and curious objects that come into my possession. In the past two years, my work has expanded in theme and in execution of the pieces themselves. You may keep up with my events and a gallery can be found on my website at: [link]

Morbid Anatomy is the artwork of Anita Arora.

Current Residence: Seattle, WA
Favourite genre of music: Metal, Industrial, Martial Industrial, Dark Ambient
Favourite photographer: Ken Wagner
Favourite style of art: Assemblage

Favourite Visual Artist
ROME
Favourite Games
Gin Rummy
Tools of the Trade
Rusted metal, bone, antique medical illustrations, needles, dried blood, aged photos, dried flowers.
Other Interests
Antiques, Alchemy, Bones, Music, Design, Apothecary, Sociology, Travel
New Website
I invite you to visit my new website that I've recently launched to showcase my photography: http://thepoisoning.wordpress.com/ Thank you! Anita / Morbid Anatomy
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Mysteres de L'esprit - a show by Morbid Ana
From now through November 8th, visit American Pie in Georgetown (just south of Seattle) to view some of my favorite shadowbox works to date. Pie and contemplation. Tis the season. American Pie is located at: 5633 Airport Way S (between S Corson Ave & Carstens Pl) Closed Sunday and Monday. Website: http://www.americanpiebc.com
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New MorbidAnatomy Shop on ArtFire!
I've just opened my brand new Morbid Anatomy shop on the website ArtFire. They have a slick interface and I'll be adding new products over the next few days. Thanks for looking! http://www.artfire.com/users/MorbidAnatomy
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TWISTEDFREAK666Hobbyist General Artist
HI ANITA: LOVE YOUR MORBID ANATOMY WORKS OF ART, WICKED!
FraterOrionHobbyist Traditional Artist
thanks!!
Thank you very much!

Anita
KageShioHobbyist General Artist
You have a unique way of portraying things. I love what you use in your pieces and the composition is wonderful. Please keep doing what you do, it's inspiring.
Thank you very much indeed. I appreciate that.