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“This work combines the age-old genre of the nude with ideas about craftsmanship so old that they sneak under the radar to create a work of surprising conceptual depth. The triptych approach and the use of metal leaf in painting predate the Renaissance and are tied directly to religious art – unlike the nude. Dividing the body into three panels plays up the object quality of the painting; and denying the face pulls the work into contemporary concerns such as the objectification of the female body. The fine craftsmanship and the reductive painting approach reach towards sculpture. Together, these qualities make for an elegant and subtly intelligent work of art.“ ~ Bob Keyes & Dan Kany


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