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Zal Rimer (’25)

January 19, 2023

Having been interested in art for “as long as he could remember,” Zal Rimer (’25) said he differs his art from others by putting “a new spin” on existing artwork. 

“Much of my work consists of things I’ve come up with in my imagination, whether it be portraits, mythologies or photographic composition,” Rimer said. “An underlying theme of my artwork is that it’s not very pleasing to look at, at least not in the classic artistic sense. I try to provoke myself and people of having different perspectives of looking at art.”

Zal Rimer (’25) drew this piece to reflect the underlying “Punk Rock Subculture” in the U.K. (Photos courtesy of Zal Rimer)
Zal Rimer (’25) created this collage in response to the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas. He titled it the “American Tragedy.” (Photos courtesy of Zal Rimer)
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