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An Embrace From Our Flawed Selves

Gender stereotypes and the chaos and calamity they subconsciously bring into the lives of individuals are my basic concern.

My paintings depict the human body with thick layers of paint, which hide, yet reveal it. It is similar to the trauma and other emotions that manifest over time. Sentences from my research, colors, abstraction, and placement of these paintings go through a well-thought process to depict various emotions, situations, and traumas one experiences in life.

"Hyphenated Emotions"

Enamel Paint on Canvas

9'X10'

"This Is Not a Vagina"

Acrylic on Canvas

3'x5'

"Her Side"

Acrylic on canvas

3’z5’

"Her Lower Torso"

Acrylic on canvas

3’-5’

"Her Back"

Acrylic on Canvas

3'x5'

"Her Bottom"

Acrylic on canvas

3’-5’

"Cemented Bodies I"

Cement on canvas

6’-7’

"Cemented Bodies II"

Cement on canvas

6’-7’

"Him as a Landscape"

Cement and Blood on Canvas

3'x8'

"Her as a Landscape"

Cement and Blood on Canvas

3'x8'


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