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Duality

Rayven Collins

Crossville, United States

Artist's Description

Figure Drawing Series. The left is charcoal on white BFK Rives paper and the right is white charcoal on black paper. To me it’s about the duality of form. The two figures are competing against each other but are united. Faceless women portraying the everyday woman and the competition that we as women can sometimes have against each other whether it be our looks, our workplace, or at home. It also has a formalist point. By blurring your vision or squinting your eyes, it can become abstract with two V’s present the viewer can interpret whatever they desire. I’m horrible at describing my work.
This was done by a photographic reference from a redbubble member, Barssel. Check out his work, he’s an excellent photographer. http:.//www.redbubble.com/people/barssel
original drawing as been sold, prints are available

Artwork Comments

  • pubpusher
  • Estelle O'Brien
  • grouchyolhippie
  • helene
  • Angel312
  • Holly Werner
  • Barssel
  • shall
  • cathy savels
  • Gary Murison
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