Ink and pastel on paper | 2020
Georgia Elrod created this body of work during the height of the quarantine period in 2020. Seeking solace and inspiration, Elrod pursued a daily painting practice using India ink and paper. The immediacy of India ink—a soft, opaque, and fluid medium—provided Elrod with an outlet to process and dream. The resulting works feature her characteristic subject of the abstracted body, and many of the pieces have become studies for larger paintings and mixed media works.
7.25 x 10 inches
Floated: 11.75 x 14.5 x 1.5 inches
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“By letting go of anatomical rules, the works become more like poetic spaces. I’ve been cultivating pictorial simplifications of body parts and using them to complicate notions of a “universal” experience of living in a body.”