Triumph

Artist Maggie Kelly

Acrylic, Varnish and Alginate on Expanding Foam - Tumours
Gold breasts with emerging tissue.

Through art I curiously explore the loss and discovery of oneself amidst an endless search for a place of belonging. In doing so I create works. Which often act as mirrors, not only or myself but also for the viewer. Conceptually presented as psychological and physical landmarks and landscapes, my artworks attempt to further understand the relationship between the mind, the body and the environments in which both exist. My recent work aims to interrogate the meaning of ‘inside’ and ‘outside’ both as state and concept, as well as question the preconceived notion that we must adhere to the cultural expectations enforced upon us. These artworks aim to take people on a real life journey through breast cancer based on the experiences and first hand encounters of cancer survivors and fighters.
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Triumph

Triumph

Artist Maggie Kelly

Acrylic, Varnish and Alginate on Expanding Foam - Tumours
Gold breasts with emerging tissue.

Through art I curiously explore the loss and discovery of oneself amidst an endless search for a place of belonging. In doing so I create works. Which often act as mirrors, not only or myself but also for the viewer. Conceptually presented as psychological and physical landmarks and landscapes, my artworks attempt to further understand the relationship between the mind, the body and the environments in which both exist. My recent work aims to interrogate the meaning of ‘inside’ and ‘outside’ both as state and concept, as well as question the preconceived notion that we must adhere to the cultural expectations enforced upon us. These artworks aim to take people on a real life journey through breast cancer based on the experiences and first hand encounters of cancer survivors and fighters.
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