Of Human Bonding Painting by Marina Nelson

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Painting: Acrylic, Enamel, Fabric, Latex, Paper on Wood, Other.

This painting explores human connections, fragility and cementing of ties, a tug and pull of relationships, and creative play in the bedroom and beyond.

A wooden frame holds a table cloth bound by braided, twisted and sewn vintage satin ribbons, strings of fake pearls, and torn delicate lace underthings. After enduring many painted layers in both thin and thick paint and binding manipulations, the cloth looks and behaves almost human and skin-like - a metaphor for what our skin/soul endures and still survives.


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Of Human Bonding

Marina Nelson

Canada

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Size: 55 W x 55 H x 1 in

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