"Women Engrained" in Maui!

“Women Engrained” is a series that utilizes discarded materials, giving them another life. The initial stages of these first four pieces in the series were all created by Hurricane Joaquin in September 2015 near my home in Folly Beach, SC. I gathered the debris from the beach in the aftermath, and knew I would find a purpose for the destruction. I choose female subjects, painted with acrylic on reclaimed wood. The figures are typically in a non-direct position, with a focus on the back muscle, shoulder, cheekbone, jawline, or hair. A figure’s pose is meant to speak for itself about a personal moment, one of solitude, or one as seen only by a lover. The skin tones, with clear preferences

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