Drawn figures, pastel paints, fabric scraps, embroidery, and salvaged construction materials are joined together in an exploration of texture, layering, and the human form. While the color palette and the media used, such as embroidery, can be interpreted as stereotypically feminine, bold male figures infuse the paintings and challenge the gender stereotypes that the work may initially evoke.
Rather than focusing on symbolism, the work is a collection of experiences, containing remnants from various points in my life. Every aspect of the work is created based on intuition - every brushstroke, every material used, and every stitch. Fabric is leftover from a childhood activity, the paints are extra from a home-improvement project. The wood pieces are found by chance in the scrap bin in the woodshop. Each material has a history and combining them all creates a sense of nostalgia and creates a context for the work
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Black out poem 5
Sir Lubbock the Cat General
This is a digital painting of my sister’s cat in formal attire. I was mimicking the painterly style of the old portrait paintings of royalty and generals. I am posting this because every time I have printed it for my family, many people expressed interest in owning a copy of the print as well. I print through Walmart’s printing services, so shipping or pickup options are available for you, but please contact me if you prefer pickup so I can gather your information for Walmart to email you about the tracking status of the print. The Watermark will be removed from the physical print.
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