vrijdag 16 januari 2009

Karen Heagle

Karen Heagle employs varied subjects in these works including portraits of women, landscapes, and images of animals and birds, most prominently vultures, which have come to symbolize elements of consumer culture and aspects of the current economic mood. Snakes also inhabit Heagle’s narratives as traditional symbols of evil or temptation. Heagle’s subjects also reflect the individual’s inner turmoil and the negotiation of personhood within a broad social context.

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