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1992, oil on canvas, 30 x40 in.
Asylum can mean a place of either sanctuary or of imprisonment. After begnining to move into a moodier direction with ANTEDILUVUAN, I wanted to go a step further here.
Although heroic in stance and stature, the winged bronze statue is frozen in her alcove while birds flutter around her to take refuge from the approaching storm. A paternal male presence looms overhead.
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