May 11, 2011

louise richardson

louise richardson's beautifully crafted sculptures tell stories i can't even wrap my head around. it feels as though each part of her pieces holds a history. the images within the feathers piece are so quiet you almost don't notice them and her butterfly garments and snake skin sculptures carry so much movement for inactive pieces. you can really see the personal story aching to be told through each one.
i am currently looking at the idea of memory and identity, bringing universal messages to the viewer through the portrayal of objects in my own memory. 

louise richardson via visual confetti

1 comment:

  1. when i saw the first image, my jaw literally dropped. i'm not kidding. luckily, i didn't have food in my mouth.