Original artwork description:

An oversized ink painting of the Lyssa, Greek goddess of rage and frenzy. The ink marks - abstract while at the same time referencing cracks in marble - web across the image, making the piece a strange blend of figurative and abstract ink painting. The monumental scale echos collosol sculptures, but the cracks speak of fragility and vulnerability and reckon with the ways that rage and frenzied anger are symptomatic of vulnerability and fragility.

Materials used:

ink

Lyssa (2021)

Painting 
by Erika Hibbert

£1,562.62 Alert

Original artwork description
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An oversized ink painting of the Lyssa, Greek goddess of rage and frenzy. The ink marks - abstract while at the same time referencing cracks in marble - web across the image, making the piece a strange blend of figurative and abstract ink painting. The monumental scale echos collosol sculptures, but the cracks speak of fragility and vulnerability and reckon with the ways that rage and frenzied anger are symptomatic of vulnerability and fragility.

Materials used:

ink

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Erika Hibbert

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I usually work with inks, charcoal and oil paints on paper and canvas. The work explores a range of personal experiences, issues and concerns. These range from exile and alienation,... Read more

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