Jerelyn Hanrahan is a multi-media artist and curator living and exhibiting internationally. She believes “all roads should be open” within the creative process. Her work encompasses painting, public sculpture, curatorial projects, porcelain ceramics and conceptual works. Hanrahan’s daily life in the ‘80s Lower East Side inspired Dude (LES). She brings to her figurine series the narrative allegory in all her studio practice, as well as a childhood fascination with glass animals.