Paint on Quilts
The Pink House
One of a Kind
Under the Wallpaper
Acrylic Collages Using Real Dresses
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Topsy-Turvy Tea Party, 48" x 60"
She Accepts, 60" X 48"
Opening Act, 50" X 62"
One Last Twirl, 48" X 60"
Belle of the Ball, 72" X 54"
Day Dream, 54" X 72"
Collection of Wilma Asreal
I am curious about the nature of a dress as a significant
object of personal emotion and identification. The use of
the dress is more thatn symbolic for the female experience.
I am particularly suspicious of gender stereotypes and the social
attached to clothing. I use real dresses and tablecloths
dipped into gesso and then polychromed. The dress series represents
an intuitive investigation and play into issues of feminine
gender identification and the physical materialization of the
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