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Drawing: Charcoal, Conte, Graphite, Pencil, Ink on Glass, Iron, Paper, Soft (Yarn, Cotton, Fabric).
Following the evolution of previous works, sexuality still powerfully charging this drawing on paper laid on satin with burnt edges and framed in glass surrounded by a custom welded frame. The form is both vulvic and similar to a creature in a shell. The outline of which sets the pace of the proceeding lines of energy suggesting expulsion. The burnt satin is placed and torn suggestive of an old map and landscape coastline. Purposely so. It is also specifically suggestive of femininity as the burnt edges suggest passion. The abundance of lines are suggestive of complicatiions and action the dissipation of the larger form into shreds. I personally view it as an expression of an orgasm as if the world were a creature experiencing it. There is an excitement and soothing experience when viewing this piece.It is provocative in a sophisticated way and strongly feminine.