Curator’s Corner is a special and ongoing blog feature that highlights artists currently on display in one of Round Rock Arts galleries. Our Gallery Curator, Carol Lee, speaks with these artists to better understand their inspiration, their art, their perspective, and their craft. Alanna Bass currently has her work on display in the Round Rock Arts Artspace Gallery now through September 27th. You can find more of Bass’s work on her social media outlets – Facebook, Instagram, & Linkedin.
WHAT INSPIRES YOUR WORK?
“For me, creating art is meditative, but right now with two toddlers running around it’s difficult for me to find time to let go. I am driven and inspired to set a good example by making time to create in front of and with my kids.”
~ Alanna Bass
When Alanna isn’t caring for her two toddlers, experimenting with veggies in the kitchen, or drinking coffee – you can find her with sketchbook & pen in hand.
As a kid Alanna lived on a cul-de-sac in Katy, Texas. She could be found bug hunting and climbing trees with neighborhood friends or nestled into a book.
She loves the art of storytelling and studied Creative Writing and Film at Texas State University in San Marcos. She strives to produce images that test her abilities or nurture her passion for the natural world. She hates litter, cold soup and being lost.