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Painting: Acrylic, Watercolor, Paint, Paper on Wood.
In my latest work I’ve been attempting to combine these vernaculars – the ironic and the sacred – to tell a story about the disconnect between our private and public selves. That is, who we are is often at odds with what we project to others. What do we choose to reveal, conceal or fabricate? More importantly, I explore the toll exacted by this ‘duplicity:’ specifically the feelings of sorrow, resentment, anxiety and martyrdom it engenders.
This painting/collage is part of a new series of works called: lost/perdu. It is painted on wood cradle board with unpainted sides. This piece is ready to hang, no need to be framed.
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