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A Mother and Baby (to be) – Limited edition of 1 Drawing

Neringa Dastoor

United Kingdom

Drawing, permanent fabric ink on Soft (Yarn, Cotton, Fabric)

Size: 11.7 W x 16.6 H x 0.1 D in

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This drawings is concerned about one subject matter: both the mother and the baby to-be. The subtle silhouette of a pregnant woman (top right) is drawn using brush & white acrylic on white satin silk. This second drawing (below & centre) is a trace of lines of the new-born in the arms of the new mother done using brush on white linen with black permanent fabric ink. Both drawings interlink with a string of fabric draping down as if resembling the umbilical cord. The are no clear lines or pictographically achieved images to reinstate the fact that this is still to come, things will come together one way or another. The drawings are carefully stitched together onto a single piece of fabric (in this case natural silk) and then wrapped around and fixed onto the mounting board to make sure it is flat and ready to be framed.

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Drawing:permanent fabric ink on Soft (Yarn, Cotton, Fabric)

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:11.7 W x 16.6 H x 0.1 D in

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Neringa Dastoor (b.1978, Lithuania) is an alumna of the Royal College of Art in London. She recently moved back to England after 2 years in Brooklyn, New York. She paints, stitches on textiles and, with photography and short film, she also mixes media to produce artifacts. Her current works look at the everyday, with focus on familiarity. With her abstract, tactile, mark-making works she responds to the human interpretation of what familiarity means. Her visual configurations are subject to the response of human adaptivity, physicality, repetitiveness, gestures in one’s own kitchen, culture, utility tools, architectural space, mental states, loss of loved ones, found objects, chemistry, manners of strangers, making friends, language, moving in crowds, and the natural world. She is also ma-ma to a toddler who hugely influences her decisions.

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