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This RUN includes a 1 inch black wood frame with UV-glass, foam core backing and ready to hang hardware.
"This series came over the summer when I was selected by Matt Eaton to be a part of Red Bull House of Art Cycle 11. I wanted to include so many things, as I always have a head full of new collage ideas. So it ended up touching on many things that are important to me: feminism, empowering female portraits, mental illness, police corruption, guns as symbols of power as well as cats and their magnetic allure on the internet.
I have a preference for graphite on rives bfk paper, so usually my main subject is a drawing. I then use hand made art paper, scraps of paper, or things I have found to round out the piece and make it visually interesting. Sometimes I like to get really 3 dimensional. For example I have cut up my own sleeping pills to collage onto the surface of one of them. I do collect miniature objects, and then I can pull from my collection to make things more interesting." - Mary Williams
Mary Williams has been drawing since childhood and began a series of mood-laden interiors in college. Those drawings led her to begin large scale portraiture in graduate school. Needing to break out of her habits and gain a wider audience, she began incorporating her drawings into collages. This led her to work with more social themes such as feminism, gun control and the preservation of the environment and its creatures.
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