Acryllic on canvas 16 × 24 Inch
This work was for the Inaugural Art Exposing Eating Disorders Exhibition. An exhibition held at Sydney’s Mori Gallery with the aim of raising awareness & promoting positive body image through visual arts.
The use of butterflies is in part symbolic of the metamorphosis that transpires as one emerges from the “coocoon-like” existence of an eating disorder, the butterfly wings representing the freedom found in the ability to fly. The flowers, butterflies & dragonflies… some of natures most beautiful creations… represents the notion that true beauty inside & out is created by nature.
All sales proceeds were donated to The Butterfly Foundation & 25% of any print sales will continue to be donated.