Isabelle Brourman is an artist and writer from Pittsburgh, PA. She graduated the University of Michigan with a BA in Art History and she also studied fine art in Paris at Wells College.
Isabelle’s artwork is concerned with the many expressions of the human spirit and its relationship with color. Her writings, drawings, paintings, and sculptures are heavily invested in the changing notion of human intimacy with the advent of personal devices and personal media. She is concerned with the merging relationship between technology and humans as an increasingly visible manifestation of fantastic singularity in American Culture.
Isabelle also designs custom clothing which can be ordered on her website.