The world is hungry for Shakti energy. Our life-giving succulence and sensuality. Knowing pleasure as a gateway to the divine. Slowing down to feel, breathe and be. Loving this body, her blood and tears, because women are wet.
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Them: “O! A starving artist, huh?”
Me: “…..nope. Just an artist”
There is no reason why you should be starving artists. Get $.
A British artist Sally Hewett does embroidery work that represents the human body. Hewett is interested in the social and political stigmatism surrounding the craft of embroidery and needle work in today’s society.She says in her artist statement “My embroidery and stitching practice centres on bodies, beauty and ugliness and the conventions that determine which is seen as which…I am interested in how we see things, how we interpret what we see and how the connotations of needlework and embroidery as a medium affect how the content is seen – is it seen as ugly, beautiful or funny?”
For more check out her Saatchi Art account.