Forgiven: MFA Thesis - Painting
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SubjectResearch Subject Categories::HUMANITIES and RELIGION::Aesthetic subjects::Art
Body in Art
Pain in Art
Painting the skin of memory
Trauma and Pain
Murmur of Innocence
AbstractMy work reflects an effort to channel memories and experiences onto the canvas. I paint about pain and internalized struggle where language is often inadequate to describe these effects. I am interested in creating psychological spaces with figures whose unease is uttered through their exposure and isolation. Innocence warped by experience. The process becomes a personal and painterly emotional rollercoaster reflecting life’s weight and struggles.
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