“And just as the Phoenix rose from the ashes, she too will rise. Returning from the flames, clothed in nothing but her strength, more beautiful than ever before.” — Shannen Heartz From the legend of the Phoenix, Vee Speers draws inspiration for this evocative story about powerful women. Poised as they reconcile their past, they are contemplative, melancholic yet defiant, turning towards the future as they reflect upon the ghost of their untold stories. Never afraid to push the boundaries, Speers takes us on an emotional journey with portraits and landscapes that are at once nostalgic and contemporary, hues faded,...
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