Roar Within the Silence
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An experiment suggesting light, depth, and weightlessness, something growing and something unknown.
The title comes from Barbara Clair Freeman, in her book, "The Feminine Sublime," in which she writes:
"To hear the roar that lies within silence, and write it; inhabit a border…see waves of breaking light upon the beach as a movement of otherness appears; or define woman not as a shared fantasy of sexual identity, but in a way that contests any notion of essence, feminine or otherwise…are crucial aspects of the feminine sublime…”
Oil on Panel.