A leopard can’t change it’s spots (Leopard)

$380.00

Date: 2018

Medium: Archival colour ink and sumi ink and spraypaint drawing on 300gm Fabriano paper

Size: 500mm x 420mm 

Framed (black ornate frame)

1 in stock

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From the exhibition

Urban Jungle’ Solo Art Exhibition 
Opened 5 July 5 – 8 pm (All welcome), 6 – 21 July 2018

 Railway Street Studios, 8 Railway St, Newmarket, Auckland

 “With her deep interest in the human condition combined with a generous dose of humour, her paintings have a lot to declare. The urban dictionary describes the term ‘Urban Jungle’ as streets, alleys, railway systems and inner-city neighbourhoods, a metropolis characterized by densely packed residential buildings, businesses and a decaying industrial sector.  Blundell takes this as a cue to poke a finger at herself and society, of what we may have lost by building monstrosities, and becoming alienated from each other. She wants us to consider what it means to retain our connections. Blundell has used animals as models, this has enabled her to distance herself from the human issues reflected upon in the idiom as well as bringing in a lighter side.” 

Fiona Cable Railway Street Gallery Owner