May’s imagery comes from her personal collection of 35mm photographs or family albums to reinterpret memories in traditional methods. Her most recent work focuses on plant and flower based incorporated imagery with a hidden theme of memory.
Individuals’ lives are built through their personal experiences and associations compiled within their memories and every day life. May seeks to explore these memories through means of interpreting thoughts onto paper with printmaking techniques.
May Roded is a first generation Israeli-American practicing printmaker and photographer who lives in Long Beach, CA. In 2017 May received her Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Printmaking at California State University, Long Beach. She currently works as a teaching assistant in printmaking at Loyola Marymount University and is a member of the Collective Printmaking Studio in Long Beach, CA. Recent exhibitions include “Grow(th)” at Flatline Gallery, in Long Beach, CA.