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We all want to be seen but sometimes when we are, it is not what we thought we craved.

We become a persona of our person, we build our defenses and cover up the flaws, Instead of realizing that our hiccups and bruises are what make up beautiful and unique.


We are more then just triumphs; it is the journey that got us to our gold medal moments that matter more.


Martha was built with that in mind, what is seen in the day transforms at night. In the comfort of the night, her beauty shines through her supposedly solid frame. She doesn’t show all over herself at once and even her parts shown are through a skewed lens.


What a beautiful world it would be if we all embraced each other as we embrace ourselves when we are alone.

* Currently available and on display at O'Connor Gallery in Gananoque, Ontario.

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