Embroidery intervention of portrait from British singer Laura Mvula.
Reuben Dangoor’s work is truly dynamic, his series of 18th century portraits featuring Grime Rappers was outstanding.
We worked in this street art collaboration where I hand embroidered some details in his portrait of MC “General Newham” then this piece was pasted around Venice Beach.
“Cada tic-tac es un segundo de la vida que pasa, huye, y no se repite.
Y hay en ella tanta intensidad, tanto interés, que el problema es sólo saberla vivir.
Que cada uno lo resuelva como pueda.”
“Every tic-tac is a second of life that passes, flees, and does not repeat itself.
And there is so much intensity, so much interest, that the problem is only knowing how to live.
Let everyone solve it as best they can. ”
Victoria Villasana, Embroidery picture 2016
Comission piece of Indian painter Amrita Sher Gil, sometimes known as India’s Frida Kahlo. Born to a Punjabi Sikh father and a Hungarian-Jewish mother, she is today considered an important woman painter of 20th-century India, whose legacy stands on a par with that of the Masters of Bengal Renaissance