Regenerator (print)

From the Lick series, portraying human as sculpture – a multi media project documenting wounds and the potential beauty behind the healing process.  

The portrait shows the wound in context, universal life experiences spilling from the body. The sculpture, a reliquary of the wound, focuses on good that results from purged suffering by highlighting those experiences as precious objects encased in vitrines.

Photograph

  • Archival print on museo paper

  • Overall dimension with matte - 30” x 26”

  • Image: 24” x 16”

  • $500 (unframed but with a matte)

 

Picture of Regenerator sculpture is shown for reference.

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Based in physical loss, Regenerator translates emotional and mental growth through coping with grief. White hearts spill out of openings at finger tips to land in a pile of larger carved and distressed wooden hearts. The model is an artist who lost parts of his fingers through a woodworking accident. 

Model: Steve Withycombe

Photo credit: Lucien Knuteson

Lick is also a book, a catalog of the portraits paired with stories and poems written by a variety of authors to reflect the sentiment of each sculpture.

More info on the project and contributors.

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