By Samantha Dalrymple in New Art on Wednesday 25 April 2012

When I first stumbled upon these images of Daphne Wright’s works, I was in awe of how simple yet haunting they are. Born in Ireland, she is known for her life-size sculptures of animals in their lifeless state. As macabre as the idea might initially seem, the metaphorical meaning may be endless to those who view it. Her works define that sense that there can be beauty in death.

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