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Sculpture: Paint, Paper, Charcoal, Acrylic on Paper.
This series of works are made intuitively using paper or metal, folded to create a portrait of the female, portraying both strength and vulnerability in their various forms. Referencing Greek and Roman Sculpture, and movement and dance. These Folded Females explore questions about accepted ideals of beauty the process of folding and unfolding oneself in response to each moment of the human lived experience.
This sculptural form can be displayed as a relief on the wall or hung from the ceiling to gently turn and move through space as a feminine, elegant and graceful dance.