Camomile Hixon

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Camomile Hixon is a pop artist based in Manhattan, whose primary medium is glitter and paint on canvas. She is also the artist behind the worldwide interactive search for the Missing Unicorn covered by the Los Angeles Times.[1] Hixon creates glitter environments and super-sized three-dimensional flower installations using cellophane. Hixon’s first permanent museum installation, Super-Sized Dandelion Plant, a fifteen-foot, three-dimensional flower installation using cellophane, opened in the front lobby of the Children’s Museum of Art in New York City’s SoHo neighborhood December 2011. She has also appeared at the American Textile Museum in Lowell, Massachusetts.

Hixon's work appears in exhibits in New York City, Washington DC, Los Angeles, Connecticut and Massachusetts. On September 10, 2011, Hixon and her art were featured on Home By Novogratz (HGTV) televised nationally and internationally. In October 2011, Hixon’s Glitter Shoe Chandelier was featured on the nationally syndicated Wendy Williams Show.

Earlier, Hixon produced work as a songwriter and musician.

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  1. ^ Kozlowski, Lori. "The history of unicorns and the case of one gone missing in New York City". LA Times. Retrieved 22 February 2012. 

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