Migratory Wig (2009)

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In the tradition of the Hudson River School comes this definitive take on the American landscape, one which embraces the grandiose nature of the great 19th century style, but transcends its tranquility, introducing a more intimate intensity found in the modern age. The subject matter of this sublime woven piece, a lone wig, separated from it’s migrating herd, stands alone fighting the currents of an asphalt stream much as the modern individual fights against the currents of the society and just as alone. Created in the waning months of 2009 this work is prime example of a truly new style.

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