Sienna Langone is an artist for the dark at heart based out of Salem, MA.
Born and raised in New Hampshire, she graduated from New Hampshire Institute of Art with a major in illustration and minor in fine art. Her inspirations are nature, New England's haunted lore, as well as biblical imagery and Dutch vanitias paintings. Her craft bends the real and surreal; a dreary but enchanting showcase of mortality using dried, dead flowers against rendered oil paintings. The process of adhering the flowers has become a cathartic release of emotions and feelings being mourned and laid to rest one last time. Her work aims to invoke a melancholia and tender warmth to the fragility of life and cruelness of death. The calmness in her subjects whom of which are seemingly post-mortem, wether it be animals or humans, reflects on beauty with touches of morbidity.
Shrouded in transformation and rebirth- her art is the veil between the beautiful and unusual, the macabre and the ethereal: an illustrator of life and death.