About the work:
‘Symbolism is a big part of the process and as life is surreal and, at times mad, so are the paintings… ‘
Funny, crude, and surreal imagery help to bring dark humour to the work, acknowledging its’ obscure, psychological nature.
A little bit about the artist:
Zoë uses art to process times of physical and mental vulnerability from relationships with others and herself. These personal ‘thought pictures’ give a feeling of ownership of the stories she tells; reinforcing a sense of security and identity to the viewer. The relationship between the body and mind is always in the forefront of Zoë’s artistic exploration. The fragility and feral nature of what it is to be human, mentally, and physically. Zoë is also a strong believer in art therapy and hopes to encourage others to go forth and get creative in the name of well-being.
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