Forgiven: MFA Thesis - Painting
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SubjectResearch Subject Categories::HUMANITIES and RELIGION::Aesthetic subjects::Art; Painting Exhibition; Oil Painting; Body in Art; Memory; Experience; Pain in Art; Painting the skin of memory; Painting Memories; Trauma and Pain; Internalized Pain; Murmur of Innocence
My 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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