Artist: Nancy Larrew
Wood cage, archival ink photos, paperclay sculpture, acrylic, mirrors.
"My three siblings are quietly creative. When she was alive, my mother was louder. Writing was her media. I am the only one who has the need to express my creativity publicly. But now, thanks to me, the other three can say they were in a gallery show. The four walls of the “gallery” represents me and my siblings. It’s a photo show of images I lifted off of their social media. The pink character critiquing the show represents my mother who is adorned with mirrors. Whether we like it or not, we are all a reflection of her."