"Devil Days" by Alison Polston
– Hiding in Plain Sight –
Camouflage features seventy international illustrators and designers who are pulling off the veil on the concept of what it means to be invisible. Artists created work exploring the concepts of blending in, assimilating, and adapting to their surroundings. Whatever the reason, we're constantly in hiding in one way or another. The art of camouflage spans the political, aesthetic, scientific, magical, psychological and social realms. The Camouflage Exhibition is on display May 26th - July 14th, 2017.
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Original Painting – Signed
15" x 20"
About this piece:
Watercolor illustration depicting an ermine and imps exploring the concept of camouflage. The use of an ermine (who changes seasonally to blend into its environment) and two-tone coloration near the imps expresses how we adapt ourselves to those around us, appearing to fit in, to protect our true selves and sensitivities. Over time, these identities can consume large parts of us and turn us into something we no longer like.
About this artist:
Alison Polston is a midwestern illustrator creating watercolor narratives of rascally (somewhat murderous) animals wearing human clothes. She takes inspiration from nature's calm and beautiful loneliness, religious themes, animal behaviors, and the intrusive thoughts that come with loss and anger.
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