This piece addresses the concept of womanhood and the female experience, specifically how the female body is perceived by society. No matter where you turn, the female body is always being fought over and politicized in so many different ways. Growing up hearing all of these conversations, it is a lot. It is frustrating how women are viewed as “other” so often because of their bodies. We cannot exist as we are without some aspect of our existence being debated by men. With this context, I reflected on my own experience and relationship with my body, and I engaged in conversation with two other women artists who have their own unique experiences. Psyche evokes a scene featuring distinguishably-female features, in an environment that is beautiful, complex, and entirely non-sexual. The portraits are of myself and the other two woman artists I talked with, and they show both literally and figuratively how each of us views ourselves and our bodies in a light untainted by the conversations society has about us.