Number 4 in the series of 4.
"In anything at all, perfection is finally attained not when there is no longer anything to add but when there is no longer anything to take away, when a body has been stripped down to its nakedness."
Antoine de Saint-Exupery
In this painting, the stripping away of the cloth, the hallmark of society, could also embody the stripping off of the mask of the world. Only at death are we freed of the constraints, the ties of the world. This effervescent explosion of destiny is just about to occur in this, the last of the series. We are one with the Light. But is death necessary to discover this rebirth? Perhaps not. As the circle motif gently surrounds the figure, it could again be the symbol of the womb,...
About the Artist - Jodie Marie Anne Richardson Traugott aka jm-ART
My full name is Jodie Marie Anne Richardson Traugott. I use my initials jm-ART and/or my tattoo of a star as my signature.
Although I never liked art through high school, I "discovered" it in my early 20's and have never stopped creating since.
Photography is my latest love, but I've been a painter for over 45 years.
I consider myself a Renaissance woman with my hand in many disciplines and a love for all artistic ways and means.
I will show a variety of work, but the main focus of my art is my granddaughter, Arianna.
She calls herself Nana and has become my muse and my obsession.
I can't stop painting and photographing her.
Perhaps my focus is too narrow, but she is my only granddaughter!
By the way, she calls me...
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