My work is a reflection upon significant and frequently ignored issues relating to the struggle between intellect, emotion and reality. Inspired by Henrik Ibsen’s play A Doll’s House (1879), I explore the interplay of empty signifiers that can replace reality with a series of egocentric games, patriarchal dominance and a perversion of basic reality. My work questions the utopian dream of an existence in freedom and truth as I examine a complex place of loss and alienation.
Informed by my committed practice to drawing from life, my work is drawing based with a strong commitment to intaglio etching and photopolymer printmaking.
Meredith Macleod Intaglio etching, 1/8 Framed: 70.5 (h) x 58.5 (w) cm $380 2016 A note on shipping As there are participants from all over the world in Art for Armenia, prices do not include shipping. So please email us at [email protected] if you would like this artwork and we will arrange the best shipping option with you. If both the artist and…
Meredith Macleod Photopolymer solar plate etching on 340gsm Hahnemuhle paper Image size: 24.5(h) x 39(w) cm Paper size: 38(h) x 50(w) cm Framed size: 46(h) x 60(w) cm (framed by Colin Gordon/Artagraph) 2020