"Currents" & "and then I saw Colby on the Street and my fantasy died"
charcoal and pastel on paper | 50 x 38 in / 127 x 97 cm.
Memory Box / 01
This is Lee Miller’s Self-Portrait (ca. 1930). She is seated on an upright chair, her body straightforward towards the viewer. Miller covers herself below the waist with a tightly draped cloth, her partially nude figure made androgynous by her pose. Miller’s arms are bent behind her head in angular points, as if to keep a protective distance. Her gaze customarily avoids that of her spectators, as if confrontation would infringe her independence.
Hair Typography x Monique Goossens
Stunning typeface created with strands of hair.
Kelly Blevins is an artist based out of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania who creates metamorphic illustrations with charcoal.