Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Organismo-April 2005

Organismo, is a surrealist vision of the invisible within us. Nobody knows how we truly look inside. Each of us unique and different. None of us the same. Organismo, means to go beyond the physical self to represent our spiritual self. White and transparency are employed to further enhance that sense of elevation and spirituality. Other elements such as relief effects and patterns suggesting movement and dimension are used to imply that this Organismo is still very muchin motion and alive...
Tecniques employed: block-printing, stitching, embroidery and beading.
This piece was selected to participate in the annual art exhibit and auction, Celebrating Women shown at the Frasier Museum in Louisville, Kentucky-April 2005.

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