Illusio_temptation Painting by Camila Lacroze

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Painting: Acrylic, betumen, Paper on Canvas.

The etymology of the word “illusio” comes from “deception” or “mockery”. These series of paintings were inspired by the finding of a camouflaged moth in an old wooden door. What striked me the most was the sudden revelation of something that up to that moment I ignored. I thought about all the things that we ignore in our daily life, and I did these series of paintings were different situations with a moth (or its silouette or fragments of it) take place.


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Illusio_temptation

Camila Lacroze

Uruguay

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Size: 47.2 W x 39.4 H x 0.1 in

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