Aurora Malherbe is an innovative Illustrator and diverse designer growing and aiming to lead in environment and concept design centered in pro-human and pro-life platforms. Her intention is to find ways to heal the mind, body and soul with her work. My artwork can take an emotional energy that often transmits a positive feeling, my work explores the varying messages between environmental science culture and fine art. Having engaged subjects as diverse as the cosmos, life and its energy, I aim to send the message to care for the environment, altruism, and philanthropy topics. My work reproduces familiar visual, aural symbols, and light effects, arranging them into new conceptually layered installations, illustrations, and animations. While I use a variety of materials and processes in each project my methodology is consistent. Although there may not always be material similarities between the different projects they are linked by recurring formal concerns and through the subject matter.  Each project often consists of multiple works, often in a range of different media, grouped around specific themes and meanings.  During research and production, new areas of interest arise and lead to the next body of work.
Experience in the field: Artist collaborator Baldwin Park History Museum Mural. Among other: Art exposition at Te Amo Italian Restaurant Monrovia, CA. Gary Garner artist collaborator for art collection and exhibition. Brand Designer for Non-Profit organization: Inland Valley Volunteer Resource Center. Art Collection exhibition at Button Up Night Club at Salt Lake City, Utah.
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