7.5″ x 9.5″ painting on aged paper, mounted on reclaimed wood.
In this piece, the timeless nature of desire is explored through the stylistic lense of our contemporary fascination with images whose cultural context is profoundly altered by our post-modern perspectives. Why are we drawn to love and cultures lost? Why do we choose to see what we see? Do antiquated images evoke our sense of prophetic denial? What directs the aversion or curation of our gaze?