I am drawn to imagery with multiples of a person. I envisioned my subject interacting with many versions of herself in a subtle way. Overlapping, almost touching, connecting with each other. I chose this moment in particular to create this interaction because her pose lent itself to this idea, but also because of her facial expression. Calm and trusting, with her eyes closed. Seeking out her surroundings with delicacy and angelic grace. Dancing among each other, almost like a group of sisters.
I chose to make seven of her because I was drawn to the Seven Sisters. There are many references to the Seven Sisters, but the one I was most intrigued by was the Seven Sisters story in Greek mythology.
Their father, Atlas, was a Titan condemned to hold up the celestial heavens. Their mother, Pleione, was a sea-nymph known to posses great beauty and often depicted with long flowing red locks. The sisters were ultimately transformed into stars by Zeus and sit near the constellation of Orion.
Each piece is hand-crafted by Mallory Morrison. They are made of archival inkjet prints affixed to 1" deep birch wood panels and then sealed with clear topcoat for added texture, water resistance, and UV protection. The back of each wood photo print is signed and has a wire for easy installation. All of the wood photo prints are open edition to provide an affordable option for art collectors.
Perfect for your powder room, bathroom, bedroom, or office. Ready to hang, no framing needed.