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  • Eglantine Bacro – mixed-media artist – Nylon wire sculptures horse
  • Eglantine Bacro – mixed-media artist – Nylon wire sculptures
  • Eglantine Bacro – mixed-media artist – Nylon wire sculptures
  • Eglantine Bacro – mixed-media artist – Nylon wire sculptures
  • Eglantine Bacro – mixed-media artist – Nylon wire sculptures
  • Eglantine Bacro – mixed-media artist – Nylon wire sculptures
  • Eglantine Bacro – mixed-media artist – Nylon wire sculptures
  • Eglantine Bacro – mixed-media artist – Nylon wire sculptures
  • Eglantine Bacro – mixed-media artist – Nylon wire sculptures horse

Multi-media artist Eglantine Bacro

Multi-media artist Eglantine Bacro –  (Born 1992, france)
Nylon wire sculptures, videos, photography, stop-motion, painting.

Eglantine Bacro - mixed-media artist - Nylon wire sculptures

Eglantine Bacro – mixed-media artist – Nylon wire sculptures

  • haiiro sushi – paintings human anima rhino
  • haiiro sushi – paintings – 70 x 70cm
  • Sit Haiiro – girls illustrations
  • haiiro sushi – paintings
  • haiiro_sushi – Art
  • haiiro sushi – paintings
  • haiiro sushi – paintings – human dog
  • Sit Haiiro – zebra girl
  • Sit Haiiro – zebra girl
  • Sit Haiiro – illustrations
  • haiiro sushi – paintings
  • haiiro sushi – paintings – human animal

Check Haiiro Sushi !

Check Haiiro Sushi ! Born 1976, Netherland.
Multi-talents Artist – Painter, illustrator, sculptor !

Sit Haiiro - illustrations

Sit Haiiro

SIT – opening Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam from Kallenbach Gallery on Vimeo.

SIT @ ONESIZE, A TIMELAPSE from Onesize on Vimeo.

  • Virginie Ropars – Art Dolls
  • Virginie Ropars – Art Dolls6
  • Virginie Ropars – Art Dolls5
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  • Virginie Ropars – Art Dolls8
  • Virginie Ropars – Art Dolls7
  • Virginie Ropars – Art Dolls4
  • Virginie Ropars – Art Dolls3
  • Virginie Ropars – Art Dolls2
  • Virginie Ropars – Art Dolls1
  • Virginie Ropars – ARt dolls
  • Virginie Ropars sculpture
  • Virginie Ropars sculpture cat #virginieropars #artcollector #fantasyart
  • Virginie Ropars – Portrait / Art Dolls Artist

Virginie Ropars – Art Dolls

Virginie Ropars – Art Dolls (FR)

Virginie Ropars est née en Bretagne en 1976. Ses travaux sont au confluent de la sculpture, de la poupée, de la mode et de l’illustration, ce sont des visions pleines de merveilleux et souvent sombre, la féminité y prend une large place. Un univers personnel qu’elle a d’abord exprimé par le dessin. Apres des études de graphisme, elle travaille comme infographiste 2D/3D pour l’industrie du jeu-video et la série animée pour la télévision.
Virginie expose dans différents pays en Europe, pour des salons ou des expositions, ainsi qu’aux Etats-Unis et en Russie.

Born in Brittany (France) in 1976. Virginie Ropars’s figures are in between sculpture, fashion design and illustration, building up visions sometimes full of wonders, other times strange and gloomy where femininity took alway the main place. An inner world she primary expressed in drawings while she worked as a 2D/3D graphic artist for computer games and TV cartoon industry.
Virginie’s work is shown throughout Europe in art galleries and art shows and also in United States and Russia.

  • Mélanie Bourlon – Papier maché sculptures
  • Mélanie Bourlon – Papier maché sculptures
  • Mélanie Bourlon – Sculptures Papier maché – Death
  • Mélanie Bourlon – Papier maché sculptures Cerf
  • Mélanie Bourlon – Papier maché sculptures – le petit chaperon rouge
  • Mélanie Bourlon – Papier maché sculptures chat
  • Mélanie Bourlon – Papier maché sculptures chat
  • Mélanie Bourlon – Papier maché sculptures corset
  • Mélanie Bourlon – Papier maché sculptures
  • Mélanie Bourlon – Papier maché sculptures
  • Mélanie Bourlon – Papier maché sculptures – Jaguarde
  • Mélanie Bourlon – Papier maché sculptures – Jeune Loup papier
  • Mélanie Bourlon – Lievre blanc – sculpture papier maché

Les magnifiques Papiers-Mâchés de Melanie Bourlon

Les magnifiques Papiers-Mâchés de Melanie Bourlon. (Isère – FR)
Artiste autodidacte, Mélanie Bourlon travaille depuis 8 ans le papier pour en faire éclore lion lynx, ours ou vache dans sa boutique atelier qui a pignon sur rue aux Avenières en Isère. Elle partage bien volontiers sa passion et anime des ateliers.

Mélanie Bourlon - Sculptures Papier maché - Death

Mélanie Bourlon – Sculptures Papier maché – Death

Le travail de Mélanie Bourlon s’inscrit dans une démarche de simplicité, au sens noble du terme. 
Elle cultive un jardin où l’être prend le pas sur l’avoir au travers d’un bestiaire qui égrène des traits humains qui se réconcilient avec la nature. 
Le choix de matières dites pauvresbrutes, ou peu onéreuses, qu’elle glane et récupère puis détourne, illustre son univers de fables dans lequel elle se jour des modes et des époques toujours dans un soucis d’esthétique, du beau, fait avec peu de choses
Le motif, qu’il soit animal ou végétal, travaillé grandeur nature connait une renaissance, une revisite naturaliste.
L’habit, ici, ne fait pas l’âne.

  • Joshua Ben Longo – Monster Skin Rug – Textiles sculptures
  • Joshua Ben Longo – Monster Skin Rug
  • Joshua Ben Longo – Monster Skin Rug
  • Joshua Ben Longo – Monster Skin Rug – Textiles sculptures
  • Joshua Ben Longo – Monster Skin Rug
  • Joshua Ben Longo – Monster Skin Rug details
  • Joshua Ben Longo – Monster Skin Rug white – Textiles sculptures
  • Joshua Ben Longo – Monster skin chair – Textiles sculptures
  • Joshua Ben Longo – Monster skin chair – Textiles sculptures
  • Joshua Ben Longo – YELLOW – Textiles sculptures
  • Joshua Ben Longo – Monster skin chair process – Textiles sculptures
  • Joshua Ben Longo – KHARON – Textiles sculptures
  • Joshua Ben Longo – HYPNAGOGIA
  • Joshua Ben Longo – Textiles sculptures
  • Joshua Ben Longo – portrait

Textiles sculptures – Joshua Ben Longo

Textiles sculptures – Joshua Ben Longo (Pays-Bas)

He spends the majority of his time making sculpture, painting, and conducting experiments in his studio. When not hallucinating or making art, he runs creative workshops, participates in design lectures, and consults for creative agencies big and small. He believes in magic and would love nothing more than to go to outer space.

 

Joshua Ben Longo - Textiles sculptures

  • Géraldine Georges Illustrations
  • Géraldine Georges Illustrations
  • Géraldine Georges Illustrations – bubbles
  • Géraldine Georges Illustrations
  • Géraldine Georges Illustrations
  • Géraldine Georges Illustrations
  • Géraldine Georges Illustrations
  • Géraldine Georges Illustrations
  • Géraldine Georges Illustrations
  • Géraldine Georges Illustrations – masque

Géraldine Georges Illustrations

Géraldine Georges Illustrations, Illustrator from Belgium, Bruxelles.

Géraldine Georges Illustrations

After graduating from the Academy of Fine Arts in Brussels Géraldine worked as a graphic designer in various advertising agencies for 7 years. Towards the end of 2006, She started to work as a freelance illustrator. She did not felt like she was leaving behind the graphic design world but rather she was able to see & bring some graphic design elements into her illustrations. The two are inevitably linked for her. Her approach is pretty simple, she tries her best to transcribe emotions, find a perfect balance through the collages without falling into the trap of over-using Photoshop or other effects…

  • Frédérique Morrel – mixed taxidermy tapestries sculptures
  • Frédérique Morrel – Waiting for the spark of life
  • Frédérique Morrel – Sculptures tapissées
  • Frédérique Morrel – Mixed media textile sculptures
  • Frédérique Morrel – horse sculptures tapestries
  • Frédérique Morrel – Gallery preview sculptures
  • Frédérique Morrel – mixed media textile sculptures
  • Frédérique Morrel – Gallery preview sculptures
  • Frédérique Morrel – Vintage tapestries
  • Frédérique Morrel univers
  • Frédérique Morrel – mixed taxidermy tapestries sculptures
  • Frédérique Morrel – THE PURGATORY CORNER- Sculptures tapissées
  • Frédérique Morrel – Sculptures tapissées
  • Frederique Morrel’s Xmas windo at Bergdorf Goodman
  • Frédérique Morrel – Vintage tapestries
  • Frédérique Morrel – sculptures trophy
  • Frédérique Morrel – bonny – mixed media textile sculptures
  • Frédérique Morrel – Beautiful Art Tapestry sculptures
  • Frédérique Morrel – Tapestry Sculptures
  • Frédérique Morrel – Tapestry Sculptures
  • Frédérique Morrel – Tapestry Sculptures
  • Frédérique Morrel – Tapestry Sculptures
  • Frédérique Morrel – Tapestry Sculptures
  • Frédérique Morrel portrait
  • Frédérique Morrel portrait artiste

Beautiful Art Tapestries sculptures of Frederique Morrel

Beautiful Art Tapestry sculptures of Frederique Morrel. Multi-talent artiste (France, Paris)

Craquage total pour l’œuvre très créative de cette artiste !
Un univers frais, coloré et joyeux.

Frédérique Morrel - bonny - mixed media textile sculptures

“We speak to animals in their own language. We like materials that tell stories of simple, ideal happiness, and that have been caressed by many hands.
We are inspired by Adam and Eve. The Garden of Eden. temptation. Original sin. The fall of man. Paradise Lost. Deluge. Apocalypse. Noah’s ark. Redemption. Re-birth. Vanities. Veneration.
We Question the dynamics of man vs woman, craft vs industry, of art vs decoration, of man vs animal, of beauty vs ugly, luxury vs cheap.”

  • David Willis – Glass sculpture heart
  • David Willis – like a butterfly (detail) 2010, glass / mixed media
  • DAVID WILLIS – Here Today – Glass sculptures
  • DAVID WILLIS – Here Today – Glass sculpture
  • David Willis – Glass sculpture
  • David Willis – Glass sculpture – rainy day dream away
  • David Willis – Glass sculpture – rainy day dream away
  • David Willis – Glass sculpture – rainy day dream away
  • David Willis – Glass sculpture – rainy day dream away
  • David Willis – blown and sculpted glass, assembled – flowers

Luminous Art glass David Willis

Luminous Art glass David Willis. Glass installations.

David Willis - Glass sculpture - rainy day dream away
David Willis’ work is predominantly lampworked borosilicate glass which allows him to create works that range from delicate to massive. He is inspired by the natural world and addresses the relationships between people and nature at all levels in his work. During this residency, David Willis will produce a clear glass field of daisies. “Growth and decay, composition and decomposition, life and death, reality and the surreal, will be addressed by this work.”

  • Armelle Blary – Sirene-2009
  • Armelle Blary – jattendrai – Sculpture textile
  • Armelle Blary – Echo -2004 – sculpture textile
  • Armelle Blary – Daphné – sculpture textile
  • Armelle Blary – chaussure – 2008 sculpture fil de fer

Sculptures métamorphosées et poétiques de Armelle Blary

Sculptures métamorphosées et poétiques de Armelle Blary. (France) – Tissus, fil de fer

Armelle Blary - Daphné - sculpture textile

Son univers personnel se développe dans des œuvres où l’humain, l’objet, l’animal, le végétal se croisent dans une poétique de l’entre-deux et du devenir.
Nourrie de littérature, Armelle Blary recourt volontiers aux mythes anciens. Elle puise dans les récits de métamorphose matière à produire des formes inédites qui embrassent dans une même énergie le vivant et le perdu. Le prétexte poétique devenant ainsi le moyen privilégié d’une réflexion sur le désir, la mort, l’amour, la foi…

  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – heretyk 215cm 2014
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – sculpture cyclist
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – sculpture cyclist
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – sculpture cyclist
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – sculpture cyclist in progress
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – sculpture cyclist in progress
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – heretyk sculpture
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – heretyk sculptures
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – heretyk sculpture
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – heretyk sculpture
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – heretyk sculpture details
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – heretyk details
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – heretyk II
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – flightless sculpture
  • Artist : Grzegorz Gwiazda Sculpture
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – expo sculpture
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – sculpture in progress
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – sculpture in progress
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – Sculptures
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – Sculptures
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – Sculptures Heretic
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – Sculptures
  • Sculptures Barcelone with Grzegorz Gwiazda
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – Sculptures
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – Sculptures
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – Sculptures
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – Sculptures secret, bronze
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – sculpture
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – portrait artiste sculpture

From one style to the other, from one artistic medium to another… Sculptures of Grzegorz Gwiazda

From one style to the other, from one artistic medium to another… Sculptures of Grzegorz Gwiazda. (Pologne) – Bronze, resin, ceramics, paper…

Grzegorz Gwiazda - heretyk details

About figurative: This seems to be the only indisputable element of this artist’s works: nevertheless, by taking a closer look, Gwiazda makes his human figures appear out of shapeless mass of matter. Therefore, his characters tend to or come from abstraction.
About titles: They – as the characters they describe – come from the classical themes of the history of ancient arts, such as, for example, the Minotaur, or from the origins of modern times, such as, for example, the cyclist. Nevertheless, one can easily realize that, behind past subjects, Gwiazda is hiding characters from the present.
About the style: Each of his sculptures has a prevailing style: some of them are certainly expressionist works; others are so solemn that they recall the socialist realism; others are more abstract; some others show the violence of the late 19th century realism or of the modern realism of the Young British Art; others are warped in surrealist or symbolist tone. Nevertheless, the prevailing style is continuously denied in the body itself of the sculpture, so that every work shows a stylistic reference and its opposite at the same time.

About the medium: In all Gwiazda sculptures, great attention is paid to the colouring and the patina. Sometimes not only the colour is important but also the fact itself that it is “painted” on the work, insomuch as the artist leaves the effects of the drops and strokes visible. One might wonder if the sculptures are a mass that emerges from the two-dimensional surface of painting or if the latter is the inevitable conclusion of the sculptor’s work.

 

Sculptures Barcelone with Grzegorz Gwiazda

>> Grzegorz Gwiazda will be teaching a sculpture workshop at the BAA Poblenou from 10-14 and 17 to 21 July, 2017. +info
  • Martine Schildge – palpitations 420 x 850 cm
  • Martine Schildge – palpitations 420 x 850 cm
  • Martine Schildge – palpitations 420 x 850 cm
  • Martine Schildge – art textile artiste

Subtilité et matière Martine Schildge

Subtilité et matière Martine Schildge. Née en 1951, vit et travaille à Paris.

Martine Schildge - art textile artiste

Dans son travail, l’artiste se met à l’ouvrage en nous proposant des installations de textiles blancs. Coutures et broderies se dévoilent au fil d’un parcours conçu de volumes intrigants. Le blanc donne le ton et apporte aux formes la douceur et la fluidité que la subtilité des matières accentue. Dans ce monde, l’intimité et le silence sont de mise.
Mais le songe bascule lorsque l’on contemple de plus près ces figures. Les formes, de plus en plus inquiétantes, sont suspendues, errantes ou encore pour certaines, enfermées et lovées dans des cages de tissus.

Les installations de Martine Schildge font toujours corps avec l’espace. Dans un premier temps, l’artiste s’approprie le lieu et son histoire (carnets de croquis, photographies) et y intègre ensuite mentalement ses formes imaginaires. Verre, céramique, œuvres cousues main et brodées avec diverses matières : tulle, feutre, gaz, organdi, molleton…, de couleur blanche, suscitent toutes sortes d’interrogations et d’émotions.
  • Marie-josee Roy – Junon, detail
  • Marie-josee Roy – Junon, 60×42, photo transfert sur aluminium meulé, gravure au burin- Jerome Prieur
  • Marie-josee Roy – Nous sommes un, 60×36, technique mixte sur aluminium.gravure au burin, Jerome Prieur
  • Marie-josee Roy – Le corps formé de fulgurance 40×28, Technique mixte sur aluminium
  • Marie-josee Roy – Le cantique des cantiques, sculpture detail
  • Marie-josee Roy – Le Cantique des Cantiques, 42x16x3 acier, bronze, sculpture murale
  • Marie-josee Roy – La priere d’ouverture, 84×60
  • Marie-josee Roy – L’onde cantique
  • Marie-josee Roy – L’Onde Cantique 84×60, technique mixte sur aluminium, gravure au burin- Jerome Prieur
  • Marie-josee Roy – Sculpture Le pieu, détail
  • Marie-josee Roy -Lumen 60×84 huile, photo tranfert sur aluminium.

Beautiful Metal ART – Marie-josee Roy

Beautiful Metal ART – Marie-josee Roy (Canada),
Sculptures
et pour les peintures métales, Technique mixte sur aluminium. Gravure au burin, Jerome Prieur.

Marie-josee Roy - L'onde cantique

Marie-josee Roy – L’onde cantique

Depuis 20 ans, le métal exerce toujours aussi fortement sur l’artiste son pouvoir d’attraction.
Ses peintures, sur métal, aliant photographies, encre à l’huile, gravure……
Ses sculptures métalliques forgées, soudées ou coulées, …
Cette matière, elle l’a fait sienne.
Marie-Josée Roy ressent le métal comme s’il était devenu une partie de son corps. Une seconde peau. Une armure., le murmure d’une armure.
L’artiste trace un parallèle entre les les propriétés magnétiques, résilientes, fusionnelles, lumineux du métal et les relations humaines qui leur sont communes.
Son expression est physique, et pas seulement parce que travailler le métal demande de la force, elle est physique, point. Pas final cependant. Au contraire. Cela ouvre un grand pan sur sa personnalité et sur la nature intrinsèque de son expression. De la candeur affective et de l’humilité amenées à l’image avec une facture poétique, intense et venant du ventre.
Par le feu et le métal, le  chaud et le froid à la fois, Marie-Josée Roy dépouille toute pensée unissant essences opposées, Elle  extériorise l’intériorité de l’être.

Since more than 20 years, metal has been and still is showing life and attraction between Marie-Josée Roy’s chiselling hands.
Her paintings, on metal, matching with photography, ink oil, engraving…
Her metallic sculptures, forged, welded, poured..,
Marie-Josée Roy feels the metal like if it was one of her body’s vital organ. A second skin, an armor, the murmur of an armor.
The artist traces a parallel between the magnetic, resilient, fusional, and bright features of the metal and the human relations to which they are related.
Her mean of expression is physical, and not only because working the metal relies on strength, she is physical, period. But, however, not final. On the contrary. It unfolds a huge aspect of her personality and of the inherent nature of her expression. Affective naïvety and humility sticking to the picture with a poetic, intense signature coming from deep inside.
From fire and metal, warm as cold, Marie-Josée Roy relieves any thought unifying opposite essences. She exteriorises the interiority of being.

  • Kris Kuksi –  Capricorn Rising – sculpture
  • Kris Kuksi – sculpture -details
  • Kris Kuksi – Dharma Bovine – sculpture
  • Kris Kuksi –  The Prague parade – sculpture
  • Kris Kuksi –  Reticent affair- sculpture
  • Kris Kuksi – sculpture -details
  • Kris Kuksi – sculpture -details
  • Kris Kuksi – sculpture -details
  • Kris Kuksi –  Triumph – sculpture
  • Kris Kuksi –  The Prague parade opus1 – sculpture
  • Kris Kuksi –  Eden – sculpture
  • Kris Kuksi –  Capricorn Rising – sculpture
  • Kris Kuksi – sculptures – expo
  • Kris Kuksi – Sculpture
  • Kris Kuksi – The anatomy of war – 2005

AWSOME Mixed media sculptures of Kris Kuksi

AWSOME Mixed media sculptures of Kris Kuksi
et le mot est faible face à son imagination, des détails et de la technique !
(Born 1973, in Springfield Missouri and growing up in neighboring Kansas)

Kris Kuksi - Dharma Bovine - sculpture

A post-industrial Rococo master, Kris Kuksi obsessively arranges characters and architecture in asymmetric compositions with an exquisite sense of drama. Instead of stones and shells he uses screaming plastic soldiers, miniature engine blocks, towering spires and assorted debris to form his landscapes.
The political, spiritual and material conflict within these shrines is enacted under the calm gaze of remote deities and august statuary. Kuksi manages to evoke, at once, a sanctum and a mausoleum for our suffocated spirit. Guillermo del Toro

  • Lion – Kendra Haste – Galvanised wire Sculptures
  • Kendra Haste – lion – sculpture fil de fer – grillages / Galvanised wire
  • Kendra Haste – HORSE HEAD -sculpture fil de fer  – Sculptures grillage / Galvanised wire
  • Kendra Haste – HORSE HEAD -sculpture fil de fer  – Sculptures grillage / Galvanised wire
  • Kendra Haste – HORSE HEAD -sculpture fil de fer  – Sculptures grillage / Galvanised wire
  • Kendra Haste – Baboons – Sculptures grillage / Galvanised wire
  • Kendra Haste – Baboons – Sculptures grillage / Galvanised wire
  • Kendra Haste – Timber wolf – Wire sculpture
  • Kendra Haste – ARIZONA JACKRABBIT (2013) – Sculptures grillage
  • Kendra Haste – ARIZONA JACKRABBIT (2013) – Sculptures grillage
  • Kendra Haste – Wire sculptures
  • Kendra Haste – RHINOCEROS – Steel armature & painted galvanised wire

Sculptures en { grillage } de Kendra Haste

Sculptures en { grillage } de Kendra Haste. (GB) / Galvanised wire Sculptures

Kendra Haste - ARIZONA JACKRABBIT (2013) - Sculptures grillage

Kendra Haste – ARIZONA JACKRABBIT (2013) – Sculptures grillage

“What interests me most about studying animals is identifying the spirit and character of the individual creatures. I try to create a sense of the living, breathing subject in a static 3-D form, attempting to convey the emotional essence without indulging in the sentimental or anthropomorphic”

Recently commissioned by Historic Royal Palaces to fabricate thirteen sculptures as part of an exhibition ‘Royal Beasts’ exploring the history of the Royal Menagerie at the Tower of London. The work will remain on-site as a permanent installation once the exhibition finishes.
Made from her trademark material, galvanised wire; life-size lions, baboons, a polar bear and an elephant help tell the story of the exotic animals that were a popular tourist attraction at the Tower from the 1100s.

  • Sally Hewett – Reconstruction/Reduction – Textile sculpture
  • Sally Hewett – Putti – Textile sculpture
  • Sally Hewett – Thin skinned, Textile sculpture 2015
  • Sally Hewett – textile sculptures – sugar lips
  • Sally Hewett – textile sculptures – Sisters under the skin1
  • Sally Hewett – textile sculptures – Sisters under the skin2
  • Sally Hewett – textile sculptures – Robert Walpole
  • Sally Hewett – textile sculptures – fesses
  • Sally Hewett – textile sculptures
  • Textile Art Sally Hewett – Josephine
  • Sally Hewett – textile sculptures – Rising Moons
  • Sally Hewett – Puts hairs on your chest – textile sculpture

Au ‘corps’ du détail – Textile Art Sally Hewett

Au ‘corps’ du détail – Textile Art Sally Hewett (England)

Sally Hewett - textile sculptures - Sisters under the skin2

Sally Hewett – textile sculptures – Sisters under the skin2

” My practice centres around ideas of beauty and ugliness and the conventions that determine which is seen as which.  I am interested in why some characteristics of bodies are considered beautiful and others ugly or disgusting.
My concern is with how we see things and how we interpret what we see:  does my particular way of representing bodies, using fabrics and stitching (with their historical and political associations), affect how the content of the work is seen? Is it seen as ugly, disgusting, beautiful, erotic, or just funny ? “

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