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Silenced me

Charcoal on paper

Lea Farrell

Knockcroghery, Roscommon, Ireland

Lea Farrell

This drawing is about mothers in general in a rare time of intimacy during the morning. The time between waking up and still sleeping. The time that is fastly moving and in a blink of an eye if becomes later. The continuity of lines freed the hierarchy between body and surrounding perspective, symbolizing the matter of our existence as part of a bigger narrative, not more nor less important than anything surrounding it.

SELLING PRICE

1500

LENGTH

280cm

WIDTH

120cm

 
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