Stunning paintings from Atlanta, Ga-based artist Crystal Marshall.
“My do the job explores the use of narrative to evoke emotional connections that reference facets of existence,” explains Crystal. “Through symbolism and allegory, I refer to what lies beneath the surface area. Using varying imagery of my picking out, it lets me to explore imaginative realms that defy logic but are directly influenced by my experiences. I also examine distinctive themes that have an impact on persons from all walks of lifestyle, relating to trials and tribulations, which incorporate hostility, victimization, exclusion, oppression, exploitation and withdrawal, which all ties to religious rebirth.”
“Having experienced a nomadic working experience has led me to create hybrid forms and concepts, fusing equally science and spirituality. I reference biblical imagery to develop fantasy dreamscapes, visually partaking storylines to intrigue the viewer. My do the job primarily serves as a reflection and critique of societal norms. I also paint the invisible internal and external forces that wage towards the human psyche and to exhibit this from the viewpoint of an undesired feminine existence. My intent is to orchestrate uncomfortable experiences and build dialog by means of the manifestation of attractive imagery.”