Harlow Skalwold is an ultra-contemporary American artist who explores gender, physical and mental illness, and current societal issues. These themes connect to recent traumatic events in their life which resulted in a stronger resolve to delve deeper into the imaginative process as a therapeutic reprieve. Skalwold’s work includes abstract painting, reliquaries and sculpture, and meticulous mixed media collages incorporating photography, illustration, found objects, paint and pigment.
Highly influenced by Dada, process art, and the DIY punk ethic, with unorthodox forms of training, they consider themselves part of the Art Singulier movement. Their artwork has been exhibited in galleries and awarded in art competitions across the United States.
Skalwold is a mental health advocate, and has been coping with major depressive disorder and generalized anxiety disorder since a young age.
They currently live and work in the New York metropolitan area.
2013 - Artworks Trenton: Third Place - Art of Darkness
2010 - climate/gallery: Featured Atist - Never Think Small: Redux, juried by Zeina Assaf
2010 - climate/gallery: Featured Artist - Putting-It-All-Together, juried by Jonathan Talbot
2011 - Anthology - Dutch Kills Gallery, NYC
2018 - Obsidian Fashion Week Show - Holyrad Studio, Brooklyn, NY
2018 - Art of Ending Stigma - Janssen’s Champions of Science initiative
2017 - Haunted Mansion Tribute Exhibit - Brick at Blue Star Arts Complex, San Antonio, TX 
2013 - The 10x10 Show - Artworks, Trenton, NJ
2013 - Art of Darkness - Artworks, Trenton, NJ
2011 - Collective Show - Dutch Kills Gallery, NYC
2010 - re:FUSE/re:USE - climate/gallery, Queens, NY
2010 - Never Think Small: Redux - climate/gallery, Queens, NY
2010 - Putting-It-All-Together - climate/gallery, Queens, NY
2009 - Paint! - climate/gallery, Queens, NY
2009 - Never Think Small - climate/gallery, Queens, NY
2009 - World of Imagination Vol. 2 - APW Gallery, Queens, NY
Art Director at Dellamorte & Co.
April 2011 - Present
Art direction, graphic design, creative work, product production artist, osteological art.
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