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Helena Zeeman - "At home in me"
At home in me
At home in me
W: 865mm x H: 515mm
Approx. Weight: 10kg
This work is framed (but can be supplied either framed or unframed)
About "At home in me"
I believe that we go through life only half-awake, that the times that we give way to a bit of controlled freefalling are the times we are freed up to be ourselves. The purpose of the drawing is to remind us of the exited butterflies in our stomachs that lie waiting for us to step forward, dare to be ourselves, wake up....
I strive to create meaningful art that reflect my background and speak on the various virtues and challenges of the human condition, to enrich the viewers experience of life. I believe that there should be no end to an artists education or experimentation as long as the work reflect contemplation and is ultimately professionally finished and presented.“ We strive to be masters of our craft…”
In 2008 I exhibited in the Crow Gallery in Templebar in Dublin with Slua Nua. The Exhibition was named Woman’s Identity and we were then invited to Exhibit in the Abeylix Library by the Louse arts officer. Woman’s Identity was a social comment in the role woman play in today’s society and asked the question, “Have woman experienced a world wide renaissance?”
[1999-2001] [University of South Africa] [Pretoria, South Afric
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