Sunday, 31 January 2010


Utilizing photographs as loose reference, Alyssa Monks seems to enjoy understanding every drop of water and paint that goes into the linen. Her level of detail and artistic growth continues to show us a more vivid picture of human flesh and its tension with water. The passive filter possesses a powerful illusion that reshapes the image of the human body. The intimate image of this enclosed space evokes mystery, seduction, and a connection to what lies beyond this translucent material. It is only when the body interacts with this filter that we begin to see and feel the vignettes to the human body. It is through the interaction that we see the element transforming from gaseous to liquid, revealing the color of flesh, the flow of blood and the body reshaping.In yatzer via Notcot

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