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Khush (2021)

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This detailed mixed media collage is a part of the “People of the Cradle” series. Created from remnants of post consumer waste and detritus collected over the years from older work and studio floor.

My purpose is to use mundane articles of daily life(i.e.fast food packaging, newspapers) to evoke an emotional response, connecting the viewer and artwork. It is empowering when people see a part of their life reflected back to them in a newly constructed and inclusive narrative. I want my work to be accessible, equitable and diverse and thus appeal to under represented communities and art patrons.

Unframed

Where it's been: Fresh from the studio

36" x 26" x 0.5"

Shipping and Availability

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Additional Details

About the artist
About the artist

I create artwork from post consumer ‘waste’, remnants of everyday life; newspapers, food packaging, fast food wrappings, dried shrimp shells, denim, utility bill envelopes, flyers, Amazon boxes, beads, duct tape from older work and discarded fabric. These humble materials are rescued from an ine, ... View full profile

Brampton, Ontario
Partial artist since 2019

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