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Collage: Acrylic, Paper on Canvas, Wood.
As part of a larger series on intimacy, sexuality, and relationships, this painting represents the conflict and schism that exists between two partners.
In an intimate relationship something new is born and something old is destroyed. I liken this to a creation myth with symbols of power, destruction, and creation all coexisting in one entity. Depicted here is the goddess Kali (or Devi, or Vishnu, or Volva). She exists in and outside of the environment. She creates new energies and ripples of love while attempting to destroy all that is evil. She is protector and destroyer.
I hope the viewer resonates with the symbols of creation and sexuality. This painting is on arches paper mounted to canvas with rabbit-skin glue. Additional stitching and carving into the paper is added for textural and mark-making effects. The canvas is mounted to wood with a gallery wrap. No need to frame and ready to hang.
Size: 20 W x 24 H x 2 in
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