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“Glass Ceiling No.2”
Acrylic on canvas. Professionally framed in Italian wood. April 2018.

About the work

This piece was completed right after Glass Ceiling No. 1 whist I was 8 months pregnant. The premise for this piece follows that of Glass Ceiling No. 1. As time was passing I was thinking more and more about how leaving full time work for a year would effect my professional career as a lawyer. If you look closely there is an abstract figure which represents the unknown as I was yet to find out whether I was having a boy or girl. The colours are bright which reflect my happiness and joy during this time regardless of whether I eventually reach that “Glass Ceiling”.
“Glass Ceiling No.2”
Acrylic on canvas. Professionally framed in Italian wood. April 2018.

About the work

This piece was completed right after Glass Ceiling No. 1 whist I was 8 months pregnant. The premise for this piece follows that of Glass Ceiling No. 1. As time was passing I was thinking more and more about how leaving full time work for a year would effect my professional career as a lawyer. If you look closely there is an abstract figure which represents the unknown as I was yet to find out whether I was having a boy or girl. The colours are bright which reflect my happiness and joy during this time regardless of whether I eventually reach that “Glass Ceiling”.
“Glass Ceiling No.2”
Acrylic on canvas. Professionally framed in Italian wood. April 2018.

About the work

This piece was completed right after Glass Ceiling No. 1 whist I was 8 months pregnant. The premise for this piece follows that of Glass Ceiling No. 1. As time was passing I was thinking more and more about how leaving full time work for a year would effect my professional career as a lawyer. If you look closely there is an abstract figure which represents the unknown as I was yet to find out whether I was having a boy or girl. The colours are bright which reflect my happiness and joy during this time regardless of whether I eventually reach that “Glass Ceiling”.
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Rebecca Trajkovski

Australia

Painting, Acrylic on Canvas

Size: 29.9 W x 43.3 H x 1.2 D in

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“Glass Ceiling No.2” Acrylic on canvas. Professionally framed in Italian wood. April 2018. About the work This piece was completed right after Glass Ceiling No. 1 whist I was 8 months pregnant. The premise for this piece follows that of Glass Ceiling No. 1. As time was passing I was thinking more and more about how leaving full time work for a year would effect my professional career as a lawyer. If you look closely there is an abstract figure which represents the unknown as I was yet to find out whether I was having a boy or girl. The colours are bright which reflect my happiness and joy during this time regardless of whether I eventually reach that “Glass Ceiling”.

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Painting:Acrylic on Canvas

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Size:29.9 W x 43.3 H x 1.2 D in

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I am a self taught artist. I have been painting since I was a child and I have always loved art from a young age. My creations are inspired by my life experiences. In the body of work I have produced you will see themes of love, music, travel, work and motherhood. I have drawn on some life changing moments such as travelling overseas, getting married, and becoming a mother. Experiences which have all influenced my work. Once I have finished a painting I reflect on what was going on in my life when I produced it. It is only then that I ascertain its meaning. At times I’ll get an urge to create something without knowing why and only come to realise what the painting meant to me once it is finished. I love the freedom painting gives me to express myself. I enjoy working in various styles and experimenting with my technique. My artistic process varies from painting to painting. Most of my work is not planned before I put paint onto the canvas. This way of working gives me freedom to experiment and get lost in the process of making something special.

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