“Everyone has their little secrets,” says Australian photographic artist Patricia Casey. “Sometimes these little secrets are pleasurable, sometimes not, and this series of works is a meditation on that theme.” In “Little Secrets” Casey has intricately woven landscape and portrait photography with detailed embroidery to create images that are not only physically multi-layered, but also allegorically.
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