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Anina E. Hathaway
Digitally Represented Artist
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY
Previous Artist
  • Labyrinth–Sound Is Time
Digital Print on Aluminum
30" x 30" 

    Labyrinth–Sound Is Time

    Digital Print on Aluminum
    30" x 30"
  • 2012.VII.16
Acrylic & Mixed Media on Wood Panel
24" x 24" 

    2012.VII.16

    Acrylic & Mixed Media on Wood Panel
    24" x 24"
  • 2013.III.19
Acrylic on Canvas
30" x 36" 

    2013.III.19

    Acrylic on Canvas
    30" x 36"
  • 2014.VII.8
Acrylic & Ink on Wood
18" x 24" 

    2014.VII.8

    Acrylic & Ink on Wood
    18" x 24"
  • Alive
Acrylic & Ink on Canvas
48" x 48" 

    Alive

    Acrylic & Ink on Canvas
    48" x 48"
  • Home/Sun/Solitude
Acrylic & Ink on Canvas
48" x 48" 

    Home/Sun/Solitude

    Acrylic & Ink on Canvas
    48" x 48"
  • Circle of Time  (The Wandering Road)
Digital Print on Aluminum
36" x 36" 

    Circle of Time
    (The Wandering Road)

    Digital Print on Aluminum
    36" x 36"
  • Dasein/Transcendence/Existenz
Acrylic & Ink on Canvas
48" x 48" 

    Dasein/Transcendence/Existenz

    Acrylic & Ink on Canvas
    48" x 48"
  • Be Present
Acrylic & Ink on Canvas
48" x 48" 

    Be Present

    Acrylic & Ink on Canvas
    48" x 48"
  • Transformation
Acrylic on Canvas
36" x 40" 

    Transformation

    Acrylic on Canvas
    36" x 40"
  • Sound is Golden
Acrylic on Wood Panel
36" x 36" 

    Sound is Golden

    Acrylic on Wood Panel
    36" x 36"
  • Untitled  (A Work in Progress)
Acrylic & Ink on Wood
36" x 36" 

    Untitled
    (A Work in Progress)

    Acrylic & Ink on Wood
    36" x 36"
  • Reflection
Acrylic & Mixed Media on Canvas
36" x 72" 

    Reflection

    Acrylic & Mixed Media on Canvas
    36" x 72"
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Anina E. Hathaway

Anina E. Hathaway’s artistic styles may vary but her ability to elicit emotional responses from her audience remains. Communication obstacles she has faced since birth, combined with her recent cochlear implant surgeries, have largely influenced Hathaway’s work. Her evocative compositions range from conceptualism to contemporary abstraction while often depicting her reactions toward socio- cultural norms. Abstraction allows Hathaway to project emotion and her use of chiaroscuro creates a language where she strives to inspire internal communication within her viewers unexplored emotional territories.

Hathaway wants her viewers to observe her work and to develop an understanding of her inner dialogue; she paints to express her true emotions and employs the use of photography when she wants to share how she perceives the world. A combination of the senses and a desire to immerse oneself in visual communication are essential to fully appreciate Hathaway’s compositions.