by Gerry Mak in New Art on Tuesday 4 March 2008
Victoria Reynolds takes the metaphor ‘meat curtains’ to a new level with her unnervingly photo-realistic portraits of flesh fresh from the butcher shop. Some have a cheeky yonic quality, while others are grotesquely beautiful.
Evol Kween Tuesday 4 March 2008
These paintings are the business. I freaking love them.
Gary Tuesday 4 March 2008
That brings a whole new meaning to meat art (if there was one initially). I definitely agree that Reynolds’ works are absolutely beautiful. Grotesque or not.
Most photos resemble the innards of an alien life form.
Minou Thursday 6 March 2008
Wow. Challenging and beautiful.
Sam Thursday 6 March 2008
I am enthralled.
patrick Friday 7 March 2008
Max Ernst meets Upton Sinclair’s “The Jungle”. Beautiful paintings!!!
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