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Artist Natalie Incorvaia
Hendersonville, Tennessee USA
Auntie J’s Revenge
When I have an idea for a painting, I like to set up photoshoots with the products to determine how I want the outcome to be. It was a lot of fun in this instance to pour syrup all over the place and decide which picture lent the most to my message: I want to convey the absurdity of the things we choose to eat: “lite” syrup, strawberry syrup, while also using these food products to physically represent the feeling of “she’s come undone.” When feelings are BOTTLED up for too long for whatever reasons, they are bound to burst forth in messy ways.
In this painting, I incorporated glitter and rhinestones that punctuated the childlike hues and style of this painting, thus while being easy on the eyes and playful, is also talking of deeper issues in the human psyche.
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