The title of this abstract collage refers to a huge yellow mountain jacket that I wore when I was about 11 years old. I remember that I bought it with my parents and it was too much big for my size. My mother decided to take it anyway because she thought that "I would grow up fast". Unfortunately I never grew up so much, I am a tiny lady, and I still remember that quote as a funny one. Ah, I never grew up in all senses!
About the series:
“Getting Rid Of The Shit” is a collage series born with the intention to use some materials that were left in my boxes because of several reasons. During the last year frustration took over, and now is quite difficult to ignore this feeling. The series is also connected to this particular moment of my life, where I feel stuck into a waiting limbo. It seems that nothing moves, changes or stimulates my mind enough. I needed to draw again creating things from scratch, allowing myself to get lost into a bigger and blank surface, rather than a small vintage photo. As always, on each piece I keep inspirations, personal life experience and subconscious work in harmony, to allow me to finish the artwork.
Pens, paper and washi tape on cartridge paper.
• This is an original contemporary abstract collage.
• All the artworks are signed, titled, and dated on the back.
• All the packets are shipped with a registered post, so you can easily track them.
• You will also receive a Certificate of Authenticity dated and signed, to grant the uniqueness of the artwork
• The acrylic frame is NOT included.
Pens, paper, washi tape