Anne Austin Pearce

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Humors At the Fair

This piece is a mixture of acrylic, pencil, pastel and ink. The lines and way the body is positioned resembles the work of Egon Schiele. This piece speaks to me, the body is partly hidden but also very visible. The very light shades of pink and yellow on the sandy background make the areas on the body look almost invisible. The face is dark and split down the middle, suggesting the body is split.There are loads of sections and contrasting moments which suggest some sort of challenge within the person.


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