This work was influenced by classic era still life painting and by long-term explorations with studio fabrication. Historic Vanitas painting was intended to remind us of our mortality via rich symbolic visual elements that were interpreted in allegorical ways. It was quite curious to me in this “nature morte” genre when something was included that was not dead in nature. The snail […]
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